A council is attempting to recover damages of potentially £500,000 from former superhead Sir Craig Tunstall, who is alleged to have received unauthorised payments, court papers reveal.
Writing to Boris Johnson, celebrity chefs and over 40 charities join the footballer’s call for action.BBC News – Family & EducationRead More
The government defends its plan to switch to a grant scheme to feed children at half term.BBC News – Family & EducationRead More
A free school chaired by a former prime minister’s adviser broke academy rules over appointing associates of its principal and spending £1,600 on a drone for marketing pictures despite “weak” finances.
From a government and department of privatisers, academisers and free-schoolers, did anyone genuinely believe things would be any different?