Wed 26 June 2013, The Independent

Schools escape Chancellor’s spending purge but worries remain over expansion of Government’s flagship free schools scheme

By Richard Garner
Schools gave a collective sigh of relief that they had escaped the Chancellor’s spending purge - but expressed fears plans to expand the Government’s flagship free schools scheme could syphon off cash for new primary school places in the areas that most need them. Related Stories Spending Review: George Osborne...
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