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The Times, which also splashes on the “triple lock” announcement, quotes a cabinet minister who says England and Wales will “inevitably” follow the lead of the Scottish government in abandoning the planned system for awarding students’ grades; telling the paper that it would “be better we moved now rather than get dragged there”. The Times reports that while No 10 officials have described the Scottish government’s U-turn as “reckless”, senior Conservative MPs have warned Education Secretary Gavin Williamson that there will a rebellion among MPs if England’s system is not seen to be fair.

Times Front Page 16th of July 2024

Donald Trump has been crowned the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee two days after surviving an assassination attempt and gaining a notable boost in key swing states, with his campaign asserting a five-point lead in Wisconsin.

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