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Education is set to be cut by £2bn in the forthcoming spending review as the Chancellor looks for savings from compliant departments, the Times reports. With the schools budget protected, the brunt of the cut could fall on childcare, pre-school provision, and further education.
Alan Milburn said the Russell Group of universities was not doing enough to ensure fair and representative access to children from state schools. "Look, I think t...
Labour press release Shabana Mahmood MP, Labour’s Shadow Universities Minister, commenting on a report by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission showing...
Labour party press release Shabana Mahmood MP, Labour's Shadow Higher Education Minister, commenting on reports that the Government is considering increasing inte...
Institute for Public Policy Research press release Back-to-the-future plan to boost status of FE colleges delivering HE courses The Government should bring bac...
Liam Byrne said that current levels of benefits spending could not continue saying Labour would be realistic with welfare budgets. “I think what’s very clear is w...
17/06/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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