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CAPS3 disappoints

The Scottish Government’s third Cycling Action Plan for

Blog: Brexit negotiations need clarity, honesty and openness – so far all three have been lacking

Today, Theresa May unveiled her plan for the UK outside of the EU.

Brexit must mean real investment in public services, jobs & living standards, says UNISON

Responding to Theresa May’s speech on Brexit, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “People know we’re leaving Europe, but a

Derby public backs striking school staff

Striking school support staff in Derby have received a boost, with news that a survey for local paper the

‘Ten thousand books were pulped’ – your library stories

“The library I worked in from 2015 to December 2016 was ‘hubbed’ last October and my fully qualified librarian manager was forced into accepting ‘v

How much funding will your children’s school lose? Find out here

New research shows that 98% of schools in England face a real-terms cut in funding for every pupil.

2019 must be the beginning of the end for coal in Germany - report

Blog: Cash-strapped schools are struggling to give children a decent education

Only last month I wrote here about the problems facing school funding – and the need for the funding formula to resolve it in a way that’s fair to

Derby school support staff start week of action

Derby school support staff staged the first strike this morning in their latest round of action against contract changes that have seen some of the

‘Fair funding’ must also mean sufficient funding, say education unions

Following the publication of the Government’s final proposals for its long-awaited National Funding Formula (NFF), organisations representing schoo


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UNISON vice president Carol Sewell addressed conference this morning, opening with a tribute to...

John Ray Initiative:

For the last few months JRI Operations Director, Dr Martin Hodson, has been looking into Donald...


In response to the draft Climate Change Plan released today 

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