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The Guardian reports on a planned “overhaul” of England’s university admissions system that would see students apply after they receive their A-level results and the start of the academic year move “possibly to January”. Ministers “are understood to believe post-results applications would benefit disadvantaged young people” and want the government to have “more direct oversight of the entry path to higher education”, the paper says.

Guardian Front Page 18th of June 2024

Nigel Farage has been accused by experts and opposing political parties of presenting a Reform UK manifesto for the upcoming election that relies on questionable economic assumptions and financial figures that they claim “do not add up.”

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