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One of Britain’s biggest teaching unions has accused the Government of a “relentless assault on public education”. The NASUWT and NUT both hold their annual conferences this weekend, with delegates expected to voice their unhappiness with the introduction of performance-related pay and pensions reform.
Labour press release 15 charities have published a joint letter urging Peers to vote today in favour of an amendment to the Immigration Bill giving victims of chi...
Foster MP visits word class facilities at local university Bath MP, Don Foster, visited Bath Spa University on Tuesday 15 April to see the latest £70m development a...
IPPR press release The decline in the proportion of the UK’s working age population in education or training during the long downturn (2007-2012) was four times g...
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15/04/2014 on PM, BBC Radio 4
15/04/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
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