At a time when British Universities are wrestling with shrinking budgets, they are facing new scrutiny over foreign donations from questionable sources such as Muammar Gaddafi. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.
This month, England launched one of the most ambitious computer education programs in the world. Every child from 5 to 16 will now learn computer programming, and advocates say it's not only vital but easier than you might think to teach schoolkids how to code.
A hard-headed government minister in Britain is stirring up trouble. He is the junior minister responsible for transportation safety, including cycling. But Norman Baker refuses to wear a helmet. The World's Laura Lynch reports.