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Education Select Committee Meeting

On the 11th March the Education Committee took evidence from Sam Gyimah MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Childcare and Education, in a follow-up session to the Committee’s inquiry into Sure Start children’s centres. 865 more words

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Select Committee Inquiry into Sure Start

LFoSS broadly endorses the recommendations of the House of Commons Education Select Committee Inquiry into Sure Start Children’s Centres.

We completely agree that there needs to be a sharper vision for Sure Start allied to a much clearer outcome framework. 124 more words

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Undertakings and Assurances - How Protected are Petitioners?

Many petitions have now been heard by the Select Committee but, as we have long been saying, the idea is to settle the petition without having to appear in front of the Committee if possible.  615 more words

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Badman Review of Home Education

On January 19th 2009, the Badman Inquiry was launched via a press release entitled “MORGAN: IS HOME EDUCATION A COVER FOR FORCED MARRIAGE AND DOMESTIC ABUSE.” 633 more words

Something for Nothing Britain

By John S Warren

What may be said of Rona Fairhead’s (HSBC’s Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee) performance at the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on March 9? 1,203 more words

Commentary

MPs calls HSBC heads Incompetent

Executives at HSBC have been accused of ncompetence. MPs have said that Executives at HSBC were incompetent as they weren’t aware of the tax avoidance in the Swiss arm of their bank. 208 more words

Politics

I'm starting to trust the Judiciary Watch more than Trey Gowdy's "Select Committee" on Benghazi investigation...

Everybody wants to treat Trey Gowdy like a hero during the Benghazi investigation but is he really? I’m starting to believe that Trey Gowdy is just another bitch for Obama who is in on the cover-up for the Benghazi crime. 282 more words

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