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  • Big benefits of free school meals - report

    A government-commissioned review has found that free school meals for primary-aged pupils will break down social division in classrooms and boost exam results. A trial of the scheme, which is rolled out in full from September, led to "significant increases in attainment", the report said. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Cl...

Children

TUC and third sector organisations publish agreement on future of children's services commissioning

TUC press release  TUC and third sector organisations publish agreement on future of children’s services commissioning Children England, along with many of their...

Further & Higher Education

Labour: Not content with trebling tuition fees, the Tories are looking at clobbering students yet again - Chuka Umunna

Labour press release Chuka Umunna MP, Labour's Shadow Secretary of State for Business, responding to government plans to allow tuition fees to rise beyond the £9,...

Schools

Labour: Response to DCMS Select Committee Report on Women and Sport - Harman

Labour press release Harriet Harman MP, Labour's Shadow DCMS Secretary, commenting ahead of the publication of the DCMS Select Committee Report on Women and Sport...

Skills & Training

Labour: Cameron's Youth Contract has been an abject failure from start to finish - Reeves

Labour press release Rachel Reeves MP, Labour's Shadow DWP Secretary, responding to the Government's decision to abandon their Youth Contract, said: “Just two ye...

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