The first public sessions will focus on British children sent to Australia between 1945 and 1974.
There is also support for compulsory lessons on the impact of sexting, a charity claims.
Sixth forms and further education colleges have been "continually squeezed" for 25 years.
Irene Clennel has been sent back to Singapore, leaving behind her husband and sons in Britain.
One judge said death threats and fears of hostage-taking and physical assault had become common.
Sir Gerald had been an MP since 1970 and became the oldest serving member of the Commons in 2015.
Labour calls for "immediate" relief for companies facing big increases after April's revaluation.
Kurt Schoeffer, head of IT company Auticon, explains why he headhunts autistic people.
The Public Accounts Committee criticises Theresa May and the NHS for "bickering" over funding.
Consumers are now more likely to seek out better deals, but the regulator warns many still lose out.
Best supporting actress nominee Naomie Harris tells BBC's 5 Live how a facial will get her in the mood for the Oscars
Teams of schoolchildren are tasked with solving a real world problem with the help of a Lego robot.
Elli Norkett, who has died aged 20, was the youngest player at the 2014 Rugby World Cup.
A woman pays tribute to her five-year-old granddaughter who died of an asthma attack after being turned away by a GP.
A key Theresa May aide is criticised over his comments defending changes to the PIPs system.
Mo Farah says he is a "clean athlete" after a leaked report suggested his American coach may have broken anti-doping rules.
One man is critical and four others injured after a Mercedes crashes into them in south-east London.
A 42-year-old man is detained by police after the deaths of a man and woman in Dundee.
Labour's leader says "now is not the time to run away" after losing the Copeland seat to the Tories.
Five-year-old Ellie-May Clark, who was minutes late for an appointment, died of an asthma attack.