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Graham Stuart said changes to league tables were necessary to aid evaluation of schools in the state sector. “As has just been said, it’s part of a plan to ensure that we’ve got a more robust benchmark from which to judge schools, so I t... Continue to article
COMMONS CHAMBER 11:30am: Treasury questions (Topicals at 12:15pm) Main business Ten minute rule motion: Voter Registration Bill (Chris Ruane, Lab, Vale of Clwyd) Corporation Tax (Northern Ireland) Bill: Second Reading Insuranc... Continue to article
Chancellor George Osborne speaks at a Royal Economic Society event in London on economic policy (5:30pm) Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Labour leader Ed Miliband and UKIP leader Nigel Farage have written letters to Prime Minister Davi... Continue to article
Conservative MP Graham Stuart may face an inquiry after council contractors resurfaced the road outside his house free of charge. George McManus, the local Labour chairman in Beverley and Holderness, has complained to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner calling the situation “reprehensible”.
The Conservative leader of the education select committee has criticised the government's plans for more academies, aying that they had not received enough debate in the House of Commons. Graham Stuart said "to make changes to public services of this importance ideally you would have longer to reflect."
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