Daily roundup: The Children's Food Trust, Welsh exams, and 'annoying' young people

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The Department for Education cuts funding for the Children's Food Trust, the Welsh government decides to retain GCSEs and A levels, and concerns that the replacement for Asbos could be used "inappropriately", all in the news today.

Some children from poor families are missing out on free school meals because their parents have no access to benefits as a result of their immigration status. Picture: The School Food Trust
Some children from poor families are missing out on free school meals because their parents have no access to benefits as a result of their immigration status. Picture: The School Food Trust

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