Daily roundup: Bedroom tax, DfE spending, and school safeguarding

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Disabled children will not be forced to share a room under the 'bedroom tax' changes, rules the High Court; Labour accuses the government of "reckless" spending at the DfE; and Ofsted admits inspection failings of troubled SEN school, in the news today.

The High Court ruled that disabled people will not be exempt from the 'bedroom tax'. Image: David McCullough
The High Court ruled that disabled people will not be exempt from the 'bedroom tax'. Image: David McCullough

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