Daily roundup: Votes at 16, governors to monitor teacher performance and young people's 'dangerous' diet habits

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Calls to lower the voting age, proposals to use governors to monitor teacher performance and concerns over the diets of young people in deprived areas, all make the news today.

Lisa Nandy believes Labour should back votes at 16. Image: Emile Sandy
Lisa Nandy believes Labour should back votes at 16. Image: Emile Sandy

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