Nick Gibb says while it's a matter for heads, excessive social media leaves pupils unable to concentrate.
The judge tweeted on an official account urging Ellie Yarrow-Sanders to return home with her son Olly.
The Democrat apologised after a photo surfaced of a man wearing blackface next to a man in KKK robes.
There are about 170,000 anti-Semitic Google searches in the UK each year, a report says.
More and more people are signing up to the challenge.
Western nations have scaled back political intervention on the continent, the BBC's Fergal Keane looks at the impact.
Maroon 5 haven’t had an easy ride in the lead up to their Super Bowl performance.
Women explorers played a major part in the UK's fascination with Egyptian mummies a century ago, and still do.
One family tell how they adapted to switching their sausages and burgers to tofu and beans.
The CE mark has since 1993 shown consumers that an item meets EU legal requirements and has been tested.
England's top doctor calls on celebrities to be more 'responsible' on social media.
The BMA says pads and tampons are a basic need and should be freely available to in-patients.
Guidance on how university bodies can balance free speech with upholding the law is published.
The judge says the case against President Trump's close ally is "not a public relations campaign".
The UN wants to halve the amount of food we waste. Here's how one hotel in Norway is helping out.
Family and friends pay tribute to 14-year-old Jaden Moodie who was stabbed to death in London.
French rugby is currently under a shadow cast by the deaths of four players in the past eight months
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The case against News Group Newspapers was due to go to the High Court in London next week.
How Satya Nadella turned around the tech firm's fortunes.