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Under a “Fair Access Scheme”, all independent schools would accept a proportion of their intakes from low-to-medium-income families.
May's proposals on higher education are regressive and would involve a cut in higher education spending in the here and now.
Sheffield shows the importance of “place as integrator”.
The prime minister has not set a date but has instead formalised the inevitable: her position would always have been untenable by June anyway.
Jules White is rallying parents and fellow teachers to his cause. But will the government listen?
“It’s very much a kneejerk response – there’s half a dozen little mantras that they trot out.”
How young is too young to be told that a woman can have a girlfriend? Eleven? Nine?
Cherwell, Oxford’s independent student newspaper, recently refused to publish an online profile because it could “be considered offensive.” This is a dangerous path to take.
The interest came from the backbenchers at PMQs.
Research has found a 26 per cent increase in the number of children being referred to mental health services in the last five years, and that one in five is not being given support.
A recent study showed that BME people have to send in 60 per cent more CVs, even when they have same qualifications.