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Employers will 'not be named and shamed' in foreign workers count

A minister said companies won’t be forced to reveal the number of foreign workers they employ to the public in a possible Tory u-turn.

Education Secretary, Justine Greening, said UK employers will not be ‘named and shamed’ in a bid to protect British jobs. 386 more words


What A Wonderful World

During the week Miss Piggy (aka Justine Greening), Secretary in a State about Education made a speech to the Muppet Party Conference in Birmingham. … 538 more words

General Rants And Raves

Why the Government’s ‘back to the future’ approach to education won’t work

Following Justine Greening’s speech at the Conservative Party Labour conference yesterday, Patrick Ainley, author of Betraying a generation: How education is failing young people reflects on the state of English Education under Theresa May’s government. 874 more words

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Hunt and Greening: We will give you more choice in health and education

The focus this afternoon at Conservative Party Conference was around a One Nation agenda – with the secretaries of state for Health and for Education both addressing the party faithful. 958 more words

Conservative Party Conference 2016

Mass school brawl probably over conkers or scrumping

Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening has told critics that the recent mass brawl involving 100 school pupils in Northumberland Heath was probably due to lack of conkers due to the late autumn or perhaps someone scrumping more than their fair share of apples from nearby farms and gardens. 155 more words


Grammar Schools: The Left Should Not Be Afraid Of Aspiration

Out of all the madness that politics in Britain has brought us so far in 2016, Theresa May and Justine Greening’s proposed introduction of more Grammar Schools may well be the most perplexing. 1,080 more words


Morning Briefing - The Telegraph

Good morning.

Theresa May will unveil her education shake-up this morning, we report, with every school in England set to be given the chance to become a grammar school. 419 more words