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Support for pupil learning is premium consideration

The £1.7bn “catch-up” programme for pupils has recently started to have an impact: more than 100,000 children have received additional support since last autumn and the government has appointed Education Endowment Foundation chief Sir Kevan Collins to oversee the scheme.

Three key issues of the 2010s to fix in the 2020s

The new government will need to solve quickly a number of longstanding issues affecting vulnerable children and families if it is to offer a more optimistic outlook for a children’s sector worn down by a decade of austerity.

Trial shows votes at 16 is a verdict to support

I undertook jury service at the Old Bailey earlier this year. The case I adjudicated on was not a conventional trial, but deciding if the country is ready to lower the voting age to 16 for all UK elections.

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