Clegg pledges funding to help poorest children succeed
Nick Clegg has said £7bn will be spent over four years improving the education of England's poorest children.
It will pay for 15 hours of free pre-school education a week for the poorest two-year-olds, and help for the least well-off at school and university.
The deputy PM said next week's spending round would see "difficult cuts" but would also invest in "fairness".
Gary O'Donoghue reports.
15 Oct 2010
- From the section UK Politics