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Labour’s care policy food for thought for rest homes like The Gables

After Labour revealed its election manifesto which leader Jeremy Corbyn promised would be a ‘radical’ offer for ‘real change’, one pledge in particular will have seen those in the care sector sit up and take note.

Kingsfleet Wealth committed to social responsibility

It is our third election in four years, and understandably, people are weary. Brenda from Bristol now represents more of the electorate than any single political party could ever hope for. But, take out the meaningless soundbites and the political point-scoring over pointing out who is political point-scoring and elections can be quite fascinating barometers of public opinion.

FEATURE: Understanding the value of a knowledge-rich curriculum

Carl McCarthy, executive headteacher of Frogmore Junior School and two other schools within the GLF multi-academy trust, is a champion of knowledge-rich curricula and powerfully explains the impact they can have on disadvantaged pupils.

Almost half of UK universities on strike over pensions and working conditions

Staff from almost half of the UK’s universities are on strike between November 25 and December 4 over pensions and pay and conditions.

Research into STEM gap validates The Richard Stephens Partnership’s concerns

Research from the Institution of Engineering and Technology [IET] published earlier this year showed that 73 per cent of engineering and technology employers have interviewed job candidates qualified in academic subjects but lacking in necessary workplace skills.

Main parties’ plans will not reduce child poverty overall, report says

A report from the Resolution Foundation has indicated that plans outlined in the three main party manifestos would all fall short on reducing the rate of child poverty by 2023-24.

Saltash model ideal to seize opportunities from party pledges toward housing

As the general election debate becomes broadened beyond Brexit, the major parties’ plans to deal with the UK's housing crisis have become a key battleground.

NUS President: "Young people are fed up of being ignored by politicians"

The deadline to register to vote is tomorrow and there has been a huge drive to get young people and students on the electoral roll ahead of December's poll. To find out more, The Parliamentary Review spoke to the president of NUS, Zamzam Ibrahim.

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