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Schools Minister David Laws has blasted as "utter balls" claims that the Department for Education was strongly opposed to Nick Clegg's free school meals scheme. The row comes as headteachers' representatives have said the scheme "just wasn’t thought through properly". The Deputy Prime Minister has now been forced to abando...
Dear Mr Wormald, You will be aware that today's BBC Radio 4 World At One programme has broadcast an email exchange between the programme and Michael Gove's former ...
NUT press release Free School - IES Breckland placed in special measures Responding to news reports that Britain's first for-profit free school - the IES Breckla...
David Laws dismissed the suggestion from Dominic Cummings that the Department of Education was opposed to the Liberal Democrats' free school meals plan was "complete...
National Union of Teachers press release Commenting on the SSAT and Reform survey of academies Plan A+ 2014: The Unfinished Revolution, Christine Blower, General ...
Labour press release Luciana Berger MP, Labour's Shadow Public Health Minister, responding to suggestions of a sugar tax by the Chief Medical Officer, said: "T...
11/03/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
11/03/2014 on National Union of Teachers
20/02/2014 on BBC News
03/02/2014 on PM, BBC Radio 4
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