• Segregation is at "worrying levels" in parts of Britain with some women denied basic rights, a report says.

  • Parents in the north should learn from pushy southern counterparts, says England's children's tsar.

  • A new law making it illegal to smoke in a car with anyone under the age of 18 come into force in Scotland.

  • An 18-year-old who has lived in the UK since she was four says she's been denied a chance to attend university.

  • In case you missed them, here’s a round-up of the best parenting stories from the BBC this week.

  • New rules on car seats are being brought in but what are they and will parents need to buy replacements?

  • Education levels will not rise if faith schools in England take more pupils on religious grounds, a report says.

  • The daughter of a retired teacher who died after being exposed to asbestos at school, is warning parents of the risk to their children.

  • As global student loan debt reaches crisis levels, can tech start-ups help cut costs?

  • BBC News finds councils in England have paid out £10m due to people who became ill because of asbestos in school buildings.