May defends Tory record on schools

Theresa May has defended the Conservative’s record of “keeping standards high” in schools in her speech to her party’s conference.

Speaking in Birmingham today, the prime minister used her address to attack the policy Labour announced last week of blocking the creation of new free schools and academies.

She said: “In our schools, we are keeping standards high.

“And where Labour want to roll-back reform, scrap academies and kill off free schools, we will build more of them, because every child reserves a great start in life.

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