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BILL WOULD GIVE LOCAL CHILDREN PRIORITY IN SCHOOLS ADMISSIONS

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Hansard 19 Apr:Column 983-986 ...
Hansard 19 Apr:Column 983-986

A Bill to amend the law on admission arrangements for state maintained schools to allow precedence to be given to pupils living within the local education authority area was given a formal first reading.

Introduced by Paul Burstow, Liberal Democrat MP for Sutton and Cheam, the School Admissions (Amendment) Bill would have the effect of restoring what was established practice before a court ruling.
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