Reforms to early years, care and schools lie ahead for new ministers

Neil Puffett
Monday, September 17, 2012

Prime Minister David Cameron's reshuffle resulted in a bigger-than-expected overhaul at the Department for Education and elsewhere, with many new ministers taking on demanding challenges in children's policy

David Laws, Elizabeth Truss and Edward Timpson have joined the Department for Education as a result of the Prime Minister’s reshuffle. Images: Tom Campbell; Department of Education; PA
David Laws, Elizabeth Truss and Edward Timpson have joined the Department for Education as a result of the Prime Minister’s reshuffle. Images: Tom Campbell; Department of Education; PA

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