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My hon. Friend is right on all those points.
As the Chancellor pointed out, we have already put an additional £1.3 billion into schools’ budgets, which means that they are rising in
If the UK leaves the EU next year without a deal, HM Treasury will make additional funding available to departments to cover projects und
What the Chancellor announced in his Budget speech is the fact that we are giving employers more flexibility over apprenticeships, which
The Disabled Facilities Grant funds individual aids and adaptations to a person’s home and is available to all disabled children, and dis
My hon. Friend is absolutely correct.
Due to the Government’s support, we have already seen the cost of renewables fall significantly.
The valuations of Public Service Pensions Schemes are ongoing.
By 2019-20, we will be spending £2.5 billion on apprenticeships in England every year through the apprenticeship levy.
As part of the spending review, we will look at the most efficient way in which we can meet our carbon targets.