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A Class Learners, the Driving School in Essex offers driving lessons in Basildon and Thurrock, Grays and Tilbury and surrounding areas from £11  
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We only have Fully Qualified DSA Approved Driving Instructors in Essex, We have Male and Female Driving Instructors that are patient, reliable and friendly. Our Driving Instructors use track records so the you know exactly at which stage of learning you are at every step of the way.

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1 - Britain set to accept more refugees
2 - Migrants refuse to leave Hungary train
3 - Hungary migrant standoff continues
4 - Extra screen time 'hits GCSE grades'
5 - Kendall warns of Tory 'wipe out' bid
6 - Missing mother arrested on UK return
7 - Cyprus 0-1 Wales
8 - Nearly one million 'face mortgage woe'
9 - New badger culls 'now under way'
10 - Plea for West Ham inquiry thrown out
11 - Murray fights back to beat Mannarino
12 - US clerk jailed in gay marriage dispute
13 - VIDEO: 'The most beautiful children in the world'
14 - VIDEO: Scuffles as migrants reject Hungary camp
15 - VIDEO: 'Coming to the UK saved our lives'
16 - VIDEO: Pope shops for new glasses in Rome
17 - VIDEO: Massive military parade held in Beijing
18 - VIDEO: Naked rambler: To me, it makes sense
19 - VIDEO: Boy 'humiliated' over naked selfie
20 - VIDEO: Labour car share: Liz Kendall
21 - Migrant tragedy and refugee pressure
22 - Frosty relations over future of the Arctic
23 - Welsh rethink puts RE under microscope
24 - How can EU resolve migrant crisis?
25 - Why Disney's spending a day unboxing toys
26 - England collapse hands Australia win
27 - GB's Konta stuns ninth seed Muguruza
28 - Rutherford: Diamond win beat demons
29 - 'Going blond & balancing my life'
30 - ECB cuts growth and inflation outlook
31 - Pizza Express bows to pressure on tips
32 - Sturgeon in refugee plea to Cameron
33 - Blunkett: UK must take 25,000 refugees
34 - Care of dying 'still inconsistent'
35 - Weight loss surgery 'cures diabetes'
36 - Science and maths 'vital for adults'
37 - Controlling parents 'harm wellbeing'
38 - 'Deceptive' ads aided Xbox One push
39 - Match.com hit by malicious adverts
40 - Earth's trees number 'three trillion'
41 - Emissions 'far above' 2C target
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54 - What should we do about radicals?
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1 - Britain set to accept more refugees

David Cameron is expected to announce plans to increase the number of refugees being allowed into the UK, taking people from Syrian border camps.

9/4/2015 3:51:23 AM

2 - Migrants refuse to leave Hungary train

Scuffles break out west of Budapest as police try to force migrants off a train at a refugee camp, while European leaders wrangle over the growing refugee crisis.

9/4/2015 3:14:42 AM

3 - Hungary migrant standoff continues

A tense standoff on a migrant train near Budapest continues, as Hungarian MPs prepare for a key vote and fresh European crisis talks are scheduled.

9/4/2015 4:39:33 AM

4 - Extra screen time 'hits GCSE grades'

An extra hour of television, internet or computer game time in Year 10 is linked with poorer grades at GCSE, Cambridge University research suggests.

9/4/2015 1:59:59 AM

5 - Kendall warns of Tory 'wipe out' bid

The Conservatives will launch a drive to "wipe out" Labour as soon as the party chooses its new leader, candidate Liz Kendall warns during a TV debate.

9/3/2015 11:44:10 PM

6 - Missing mother arrested on UK return

A woman who went missing with her four children, amid fears they were heading from London to Syria, has been arrested on her return to the UK, police say.

9/3/2015 11:54:30 PM

7 - Cyprus 0-1 Wales

Gareth Bale scores a late winner as Wales move to within three points of qualifying for Euro 2016 with victory in Cyprus.

9/3/2015 10:27:19 PM

8 - Nearly one million 'face mortgage woe'

Nearly a million homeowners have no way of paying off their mortgages because they opted for interest-only loans, Citizens Advice warns.

9/4/2015 12:01:50 AM

9 - New badger culls 'now under way'

Badger culls in Dorset, Somerset and Gloucestershire have begun, the government confirms.

9/3/2015 7:08:16 PM

10 - Plea for West Ham inquiry thrown out

The government rejects a request from a group of football supporters to investigate the rental of the Olympic Stadium to West Ham United.

9/3/2015 8:12:14 PM

11 - Murray fights back to beat Mannarino

Britain's Andy Murray fights back from two sets down to beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and keep his US Open hopes intact.

9/3/2015 11:34:23 PM

12 - US clerk jailed in gay marriage dispute

A US judge orders a Kentucky official jailed for contempt of court after she has repeatedly refused to issue marriage licences to gay couples.

9/4/2015 3:20:22 AM

13 - VIDEO: 'The most beautiful children in the world'

The father of two young boys who died while trying to cross from Syria into Turkey speaks about his loss.

9/3/2015 4:51:26 PM

14 - VIDEO: Scuffles as migrants reject Hungary camp

Scuffles broke out west of the Hungarian capital, Budapest, after police tried to force migrants off a train at a refugee camp.

9/3/2015 10:39:13 PM

15 - VIDEO: 'Coming to the UK saved our lives'

David Cameron has said the UK will fulfil its "moral responsibilities" over refugees fleeing to Europe from Syria.

9/3/2015 10:57:57 PM

16 - VIDEO: Pope shops for new glasses in Rome

Pope Francis drew large crowds on Thursday after slipping out of the Vatican to visit an optician.

9/4/2015 3:22:12 AM

17 - VIDEO: Massive military parade held in Beijing

China has held a lavish parade in Beijing to mark the defeat of Japan in World War Two, showcasing its military might on an unprecedented scale.

9/3/2015 7:09:49 PM

18 - VIDEO: Naked rambler: To me, it makes sense

Stephen Gough, a former Royal Marine who is better know as the naked rambler, explains his views to the BBC's Clive Coleman.

9/3/2015 3:41:00 PM

19 - VIDEO: Boy 'humiliated' over naked selfie

A teenager who sent a naked photo of himself to a girl at school has been added to a police database for making and distributing indecent images.

9/3/2015 2:09:43 PM

20 - VIDEO: Labour car share: Liz Kendall

Labour leadership candidate Liz Kendall speaks out about the perceived sexism she says she received during her campaign.

9/3/2015 8:00:53 AM

21 - Migrant tragedy and refugee pressure

The front pages contain some moving images of the two boys who died in the migrant drowning tragedy, plus calls for the UK to take in more refugees.

9/4/2015 12:39:57 AM

22 - Frosty relations over future of the Arctic

The US and Russia are at odds over ownership of highly strategic territory in the Arctic, says Shaun Ley.

9/4/2015 12:59:40 AM

23 - Welsh rethink puts RE under microscope

The possible revamping of religious education in Welsh schools is sparking hopes among those who want to see major changes to RE in schools across the UK.

9/4/2015 2:45:35 AM

24 - How can EU resolve migrant crisis?

The migration crisis has exposed failings in the EU asylum system - so what can be done about it? The BBC's Laurence Peter examines the key issues.

9/3/2015 4:58:20 PM

25 - Why Disney's spending a day unboxing toys

Why Disney is hosting an 18-hour toy unboxing marathon - and what has made the unboxing phenomenon so popular?

9/3/2015 6:54:21 PM

26 - England collapse hands Australia win

A stuttering England batting display hands Australia a 59-run victory at Southampton in their first one-day international.

9/3/2015 10:09:22 PM

27 - GB's Konta stuns ninth seed Muguruza

Britain's Jo Konta stuns ninth seed and Wimbledon finalist Garbine Muguruza in an epic second round contest at the US Open.

9/3/2015 7:36:15 PM

28 - Rutherford: Diamond win beat demons

Greg Rutherford wins the IAAF Diamond League long jump title in Zurich and insists it helps him beat his "demons".

9/3/2015 10:57:41 PM

29 - 'Going blond & balancing my life'

Lewis Hamilton on his new hairstyle, why he loves to travel the world and finding the right balance in life.

9/3/2015 6:13:45 PM

30 - ECB cuts growth and inflation outlook

The European Central Bank cuts its forecasts for growth and inflation in the eurozone for 2015 and the next two years.

9/3/2015 4:19:25 PM

31 - Pizza Express bows to pressure on tips

Restaurant chain Pizza Express is to stop deducting an 8% administration fee from staff tips made by card, the company announces.

9/3/2015 3:42:44 PM

32 - Sturgeon in refugee plea to Cameron

The Scottish first minister writes to Prime Minister David Cameron calling for the UK to accept its "proportionate share" of refugees fleeing conflict and persecution.

9/4/2015 12:31:30 AM

33 - Blunkett: UK must take 25,000 refugees

The UK should take in 25,000 refugees over the next six months, former Labour Home Secretary David Blunkett tells the BBC's Newsnight.

9/3/2015 8:06:08 PM

34 - Care of dying 'still inconsistent'

Palliative care experts say more investment is needed to improve the care of dying patients.

9/4/2015 1:25:06 AM

35 - Weight loss surgery 'cures diabetes'

Weight loss surgery cures half of patients with type-2 diabetes, for at least five years, a study suggests.

9/4/2015 1:22:48 AM

36 - Science and maths 'vital for adults'

Adults who lack basic science and maths skills risk being "bamboozled" and making bad decisions, according to a leading scientist.

9/4/2015 1:27:28 AM

37 - Controlling parents 'harm wellbeing'

Adults who were psychologically controlled as children by their parents are more likely to have poor mental health, research suggests.

9/4/2015 1:36:45 AM

38 - 'Deceptive' ads aided Xbox One push

The Machinima game network paid YouTubers to endorse the Xbox One as part of a "deceptive" ad campaign, says the US Federal Trade Commission.

9/3/2015 4:20:21 PM

39 - Match.com hit by malicious adverts

Malicious adverts are found on the UK version of the Match.com dating website.

9/3/2015 1:49:17 PM

40 - Earth's trees number 'three trillion'

A new report says there are three trillion trees on Earth, eight times as many as the previous best estimate.

9/3/2015 4:31:40 AM

41 - Emissions 'far above' 2C target

Researchers say that global efforts to cut carbon are far short of what's needed to avert dangerous climate change.

9/2/2015 11:29:03 PM

42 - Singer Wilson crowned prog rock king

Singer and guitarist Steven Wilson is crowned the current king of prog rock after winning three prizes at the Progressive Music Awards in London.

9/4/2015 1:22:08 AM

43 - Taylor Swift director defends video

The director of Taylor Swift's new video defends it following criticisms it depicts a whitewashed version of Africa.

9/3/2015 11:24:39 AM

44 - Caption Challenge: A gravy mess

It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.

9/3/2015 12:29:04 PM

45 - Why has Google changed its typeface?

Google has altered its typeface. Cue much discussion about what subtle message the company is trying to convey.

9/2/2015 1:29:24 PM

46 - In pictures: An emotional arrival in Europe

Migrants ashore on the Greek island of Lesbos

8/30/2015 12:34:53 AM

47 - The grandeur of Tokyo's Hotel Okura in pictures

Tokyo's grand hotel prepares for redevelopment

9/1/2015 8:18:25 AM

48 - 10 moving photos of Europe's migrant crisis

10 of the most moving photos of Europe's migrant crisis

9/4/2015 12:20:09 AM

49 - Who, What, Why: Can a bang on the head cause a bald spot?

Can you get a bald spot from a bang on the head?

9/4/2015 12:18:36 AM

50 - Quiz of the week's news

What made more money for Bono than U2?

9/4/2015 2:30:08 AM

51 - Strictly stars and leotard struggles

Strictly stars reveal hopes, fears and leotard struggles

9/4/2015 2:28:12 AM

52 - VIDEO: Reclaiming the 'freak show'

Disabled circus artists seek to reclaim term 'freak show'

9/4/2015 12:01:58 AM

53 - VIDEO: Millions moan that there's only one topic on Chinese TV

When there's (literally) only one thing on TV

9/4/2015 12:55:41 AM

54 - What should we do about radicals?

Key approaches to tackling those with radicalised views

9/4/2015 2:33:05 AM

55 - The village that is cut off from the UK

The village that is cut off from the UK

9/3/2015 9:47:48 AM

56 - Naked Rambler 'to continue protest'

Rambler Stephen Gough vows to continue his protest

9/3/2015 5:00:30 PM