establishes the Transport Secretary’s role in law and ensures rail passengers receive a level of service that is expected of schools, the NHS and so on.
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THERE IS a consensus growing that issues likes automation will have a far greater impact on the economy than Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond said as much at the Tory conference. The Northern Powerhouse Partnership has been advancing the skills agenda. And the Centre for Cities think-tank warned this week that this region’s cities lag behind London and the South East when it comes to school students accruing relevant qualifications.
It’s all the more perplexing, therefore, that Ministers from the Department for Education spend more time in schools in London, and the Home Counties, than the North, according to statistics obtained by Barnsley MP Stephanie Peacock, a former teacher.
Revealing that education ministers