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Primary school places causing budget problems for councils

England's rising primary school population is putting significant pressure on council budgets and raising concerns of "supersize" schools, according to the Local Government Association.

It says town halls have had to meet a £1bn shortfall in funding for school places, despite investment from Westminster.

Alex Forsyth reports.

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