“We can’t just fragment. We have got to come together. There has been a culture where people have felt they have not been welcomed.”
Posts Tagged: Angela Rayner MP
And by ranking Rayner second, they appear to agree that “Rebecca Long Bailey isn’t even the best Labour leader in her own flat”.
John Bald: Labour’s education policy of hiding failings by abolishing tests and independent inspection is the way of the ostrich
But there remains important unfinished business for the Conservatives to carry out – if we get the opportunity.
John Bald: Education was once a source of pride in Scotland. It is now a serious embarrassment to the SNP.
Wales is the only home country to be below the OECD average in reading, maths, and science.
The Shadow Education Secretary says the question about Labour’s stance on a future withdrawal agreement is a hypothetical one.
In my view, they’d be mad not to make him a defining feature of their campaign. The party should be running a contrast campaign with ‘Corbyn’s Labour’.
Successful schools would have to toe the line or be subject to the attentions of local democratic controllers. They could be destroyed without shutting them down.
The Prime Minister’s opponents are entirely within their rights to condemn his choice of words, but not to the useful lie that he’s breaking new ground.
Even Corbyn’s Labour is wary of assaulting his free school and academy legacy directly.
The People’s Vote is bound up with New Labour and talk of a new party. This does nothing to help it among Tory MPs…and much to harm it among Labour ones.
Rayner’s hostility to academies runs against both the interests and preferences of parents and pupils alike.
WATCH: Rayner – “I think that if we end up with a second referendum we will have failed the public.”
Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary tacks her personal view on to a defence of Labour’s corporate position.
Putting teachers and heads in charge has consistently allowed schools and pupils to excel. We must continue to put our trust in them.
We have the full list from the New Progressive Democratic Liberal National Coalition Party – including a three-way Northern Ireland jobshare.
The Budget has prompted further disarray in the Labour Party. But they do show a willingness to “compromise with the electorate”.