Stephen Twigg: Labour free school and academy policies

Labour would not close the "free schools" set up under the coalition government, but has not decided if it would allow any more, the shadow education secretary said.

Stephen Twigg was asked by Andrew Neil about opposition plans for academies and free schools, and how they compared to government plans and how the party was changing its policies.

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