If a restructured Soas continues to struggle to attract students, the question will be if a government that wants to declare Britain open in a post-Brexit, post-coronavirus world can afford to let it close. The school still attracts policymakers from around the world for training, while the United Nations and other multilateral organisations are filled with its graduates. … [Read more...] about Soas survived the end of empire but can it recover this time?
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31-year-old Lena revealed why she decided to have the procedure, which involves the surgical removal of the cervix and uterus, in a candid essay for Vogue magazine. … [Read more...] about Lena Dunham reveals she’s had a full hysterectomy at 31 to end Endometriosis agony
Boris confirmed primary schools WILL open on June 1 with some secondary pupils back in following weeks The PM faces a full-blown Cabinet revolt for sticking by embattled top aide Dominic Cummings over his lockdown breach. It was revealed diabetics have to stay at home to shield against the coronavirus once lockdown is lifted. The coronavirus death toll grew by 118 in 24 hours- the lowest rise of any day since lockdown began The BBC admitted it is pressing ahead with controversial plans to axe the free TV licence for millions of OAPs A “large number” of schools will open next week with pupils and teachers in “protective bubbles”, the Education Secretary confirmed. This morning Durham police revealed they were looking into Mr Cummings actions. … [Read more...] about Dominic Cummings shouldn’t resign because he ‘didn’t break the rules or the law’, says Education Secretary
Shadow education secretary Lucy Powell said ministers were out of touch with the country. “What’s becoming very clear is that the government is no longer concerned with school improvement, but with an ideological reorganisation of schools. That is a dangerous position to find themselves in.” … [Read more...] about Tory plan on academies faces cross-party opposition
Frome is also planning to challenge its report and the inspection process. A spokesman for the trustees said: “When the government endorsed Steiner education in the state system and approved Steiner Academy Frome to open as a free school back in 2012, it was an acknowledgement of the importance of choice and creativity within the education system. Clearly this struck a chord for many families within the community, and continues to do so.” … [Read more...] about Ofsted inspections find three Steiner schools to be inadequate