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Over 4,000 schools sign letter urging parents to lobby Government for more education funding

Over 4,000 schools sign letter urging parents to lobby Government for more education funding

More than 4,000 schools are sending letters to millions of families warning of a funding crisis in education. The letter, which urges parents to lobby their MPs for more money for schools, comes after an election campaign where education finances were a central issue.

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Government plans for third level  will entrench inequality  say NUS

Government plans for third level will entrench inequality say NUS

The National Union of Students say plans to increase fees will have ‘severe ramifications’ and undermine social mobility

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May apologises for government response to Grenfell Tower fire – video

May apologises for government response to Grenfell Tower fire – video

Theresa May issues an apology for the government’s response to the Grenfell Tower disaster during a debate about the Queen’s speech on Wednesday

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Novak Djokovic to play at Eastbourne in a bid to get back in shape for Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic to play at Eastbourne in a bid to get back in shape for Wimbledon

NOVAK DJOKOVIC will play at Eastbourne next week in a bid to get ready for Wimbledon.

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Queen’s Speech to set out Theresa May’s plans for Brexit

Queen’s Speech to set out Theresa May’s plans for Brexit

The Queen has travelled to parliament for the state opening of parliament.

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Michael Bay has an idea for a sequel to The Rock

Michael Bay has an idea for a sequel to The Rock

'Transformers: The Last Knight' director Michael Bay has revealed he has an idea for a sequel to his 1996 hit action movie 'The Rock' - which starred Sir Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage.

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May launches plan for government, promising to listen to Brexit concerns

May launches plan for government, promising to listen to Brexit concerns

Prime Minister Theresa May will begin the delicate task of running a minority government on Wednesday by setting out a softer tone on Brexit as Queen Elizabeth formally opens parliament.

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