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WELSH UNITARIES UNABLE TO DELIVER EDUCATION SERVICES, SAYS COUNTIES

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The leader of the Council of Welsh Counties has agreed with comments made by Welsh Office minister, Sir Wyn Roberts...
The leader of the Council of Welsh Counties has agreed with comments made by Welsh Office minister, Sir Wyn Roberts, urging Schools to opt out of local authority control before reorganisation, reports the Western Mail (p5).

Russell Goodway said the 21 authority option for Wales would not be capable of delivering education services in unitary areas.

If the government doesn't proceed with reorganisation, 3,500 teachers could be employed in Wales for the next 15 years, said Mr Goodway.
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