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All teachers on vocational courses would have to spend time in industry under a Labour government. The strategy is based on recommendations by the Institute for Education aimed at addressing low levels of employer involvement in the skills system.
NUT press release Labour's Interim Report on Further Education Commenting on the report Talent Matters - Why England Needs a New Approach to Skills, Christine Bl...
Labour press release Douglas Alexander MP, Labour's Shadow Foreign Secretary, commenting on the Government's threat to use Britain's veto at next week's EU Counci...
The University and College Union (UCU) today (Tuesday) welcomed recommendations from the Labour Party for further education lecturers to spend more time in industry,...
Gareth Thomas said Labour was not being given enough credit for the gains it was making against the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats. “There’s no question that...
Margaret Hodge urged David Cameron to use Google chairman Eric Schmidt’s position as an economic adviser to the Government to put pressure on his company to pay more...
21/05/2013 on NUT
21/05/2013 on Labour
19/05/2013 on Pienaar's Politics, BBC Radio 5Live
19/05/2013 on Channel 4 News
19/05/2013 on Labour
16/05/2013 on Question Time Extra Time, BBC Radio 5live
16/05/2013 on Labour
16/05/2013 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
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