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The Weekly Review: Oct 21 - Oct 27

Every Sunday, we bring together the most important stories of the week from across a wide range of sectors.

3,000 bus routes compromised in ten years, study says

According to a new study, 3,000 local bus routes have been scrapped or reduced in the last decade amid a fall in funding, which the Campaign for Better Transport says has fuelled “poverty and social exclusion”.

MPs demand reform of school exclusions to combat knife crime

Excluded pupils in the UK are only being taught for a few hours a day, according to a new cross-party report.

General Election: The MPs standing down

Following Boris Johnson’s announcement that he will push for a December 12 election, we have collated a list of all the MPs who have announced they will stand down at the next election.

UK’s biggest mobile companies to collaborate on ending non-coverage in rural shadow zones

The four leading mobile phone companies in the UK have outlined a £1 billion plan with the government to target rural areas with poor network coverage and make the UK “match-fit for the digital revolution”.

EU agrees Brexit delay but does not set date

The European Commission has announced that the EU have agreed to a delay to Brexit but will not announce the length of the delay until next week.

Brown and Tawse Steelstock lead the way in lowering steel emissions

If one was asked what is the 'hot topic' in politics in 2019, you would probably put your money on Brexit being the answer to that question. Protests which ground London to a halt, a Nobel Peace Prize-nominated Swedish teenager and government legislation beg to differ.

Tadpoles Nursery School’s approach to early years education aligns with Harvard University

Harvard University’s ‘Center on The Developing Child’ has released an article detailing the importance of early years development on the resulting characteristics of adults.

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