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Former Paralympian Baroness Grey-Thompson has criticised the Government's approach to sport, claiming fewer disabled children were competing than in her youth. The crossbench peer said many disabled children were still being "sent to the library" during school PE lessons.
Labour press release Participation in school sport has spent the last two years going backwards at the time we should have been building the Olympic legacy, accor...
Downing Street has paid tribute to David Beckham, who announced he would retire from professional football at the end of the season. The Prime Minister’s spokesma...
Department of Culture, Media and Sport WMS: EDUCATION, YOUTH, CULTURE AND SPORT COUNCIL The Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries (Ed Vaiz...
Home Office press release Policing Minister Damian Green will today (Wednesday May 1) meet senior football officials to discuss violent incidents at recent high-p...
David Cameron said the use of chemical weapons in Syria should be seen as a "red line" for other countries. "It is limited evidence but there is growing evidence ...
26/04/2013 on Breakfast, BBC News
23/04/2013 on Daily Politics, BBC 2
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