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Gove admits cuts for some schools due to 'pupil premium'

The government's "pupil premium" will lead to funding cuts for some schools, education secretary Michael Gove has said.

The £2.5bn policy - a key Lib Dem manifesto pledge - will increase the budgets of schools in England with a higher proportion of poorer children.

But Mr Gove told BBC1's Politics Show this would mean some schools "will have less".

  • 24 Oct 2010
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