Labour leadership dogged by question of what to do about academies

Labour went into its first full party conference in two years with a new leader and shadow education team, but events in Brighton revealed the leadership is still dogged by the question of what to do about academies.

Announcements about school structures and how the “local democratic control” Sir Keir Starmer argued for last spring will be achieved were conspicuous by their absence from his first conference speech as leader.

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