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Today's headlines: 18 May 2016

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In the news today: research suggests school careers talks from employers can boost wages later in life, pupils have expressed outrage over questions in a GCSE biology paper, and an academy chain has been told to change admissions arrangements that give priority to children of trust staff.

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