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Boris Johnson visits school to launch Government education drive

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Boris Johnson visits school to launch Government education drive

Boris Johnson visits school to launch Government education drive

Boris Johnson visits ta Pimlico Primary school in South West London, to meet staff and students and launch an education drive which could see up to 30 new free schools established.

The PM said: "We want to see more great schools across the country.

Up to 30 new free schools is at the heart of this programme but that's on top of the 14 billion that we're spending on primary and secondary schools and further education."


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