Cameron and Corbyn clash on academy schools plan
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PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn clash on academy schools plan

The prime minister said he wanted schools to be run by headteachers, and not bureaucrats, when he was asked about his support for academy schools in England.

But Jeremy Corbyn listed a series of opponents to the government plans, and said the Conservatives did not have the schools reorganisation plan in its manifesto.

All six of the Labour leader's questions to the prime minister at PMQs were about the academy school issues.

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  • 20 Apr 2016
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