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WELSH COUNCILS BUDGET CUTS WILL HIT CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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Children with special needs are likely to suffer from the Welsh Office decision to increase local authority budgets...
Children with special needs are likely to suffer from the Welsh Office decision to increase local authority budgets by just 3.5%, it was claimed yesterday, reports The Western Mail (p7).

Cynog Dafis, Plaid MP for Ceredigion and Pembroke North, said it was difficult to see how education authorities are going to be able to assess the needs of all such children within six months as the Education Act demanded if there were no further funds.
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