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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Government makes statement responding to Augar Review

By   /  June 5, 2019  /  AM-NC, British, British Parliament News, commonsnews, CTF, DJF, Education, England, English, Europe, furthereducation, great britain, highereducation, houseofcommons, KB, MIL OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, Show on home page, Technology, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Government makes statement responding to Augar Review

Source: British Parliament News 04 June 2019 The Secretary of State for Education made a statement in the Commons on the Post-18 Review of Education and Funding, known as the Augar Report, In February 2018, the Theresa May announced a review of Post-18 Education and Funding would be led by Philip Augar, and look into issues including the increase […]

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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates equal opportunities for young people

By   /  May 16, 2019  /  adulteducation, agediscrimination, AM-NC, benefitsadministration, benefitspolicy, British Parliament News, childcare, children'ssocialservices, childrenandfamilies, childsupport, communitiesandfamilies, communitycare, CTF, DJF, Education, Employment, employmentandtraining, employmentschemes, England, English, Equality, Europe, familylaw, furthereducation, great britain, highereducation, houseoflords, humanrights, incomeandpoverty, KB, Labour, localauthorities, lordsnews, MIL OSI, News, ofsted, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, pay, pensions, Population, pre-schooleducation, Schools, socialsecurityandpensions, socialservices, specialeducationalneeds, Students, teachers, training, UK Politics, unemployment, United Kingdom, workingagebenefits  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates equal opportunities for young people

Source: British Parliament News 15 May 2019 On Thursday 16 May, members of the House of Lords will debate the need to deliver equality of opportunity and beneficial quality of life for young people. Members taking part will include the director of the Big Issue Group and the president of the National Children’s Bureau. This is […]

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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords EU exit regulations: 8 May

By   /  May 8, 2019  /  Agriculture, agricultureandenvironment, agricultureanimalsfoodandruralaffairs, AM-NC, animals, biodiversity, Brexit, British House Of Lords News, businessindustryandconsumers, businesssupport, Companies, competition, countryside, Crime, crimecivillawjusticeandrights, CTF, DJF, economicpolicy, economyandfinance, Education, England, English, environmentalprotection, Europe, farmers, financialinstitutions, financialservices, Fisheries, food, Forestry, furthereducation, great britain, highereducation, houseoflords, Housing, housingandplanning, housingstandards, housingsupply, Industry, internationaltrade, KB, lordsnews, manufacturingindustries, MIL OSI, News, offensiveweapons, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, planning, regeneration, regionalplanninganddevelopment, Regulation, smallbusinesses, Trade, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords EU exit regulations: 8 May

Source: British House Of Lords News 07 May 2019 On Wednesday 8 May, the House of Lords will examine four statutory instruments preparing for Brexit. A statutory instrument (SI), a type of secondary legislation, is a law created under powers given by an Act of Parliament. It is used to fill in the details of Acts […]

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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Urgent question on overseas students falsely accused of cheating

By   /  May 1, 2019  /  AM-NC, British Parliament News, Business, Commerce, commonsnews, CTF, DJF, Education, England, English, Europe, furthereducation, great britain, highereducation, houseofcommons, Immigration, KB, MIL OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, Show on home page, UK Politics, United Kingdom, United States of America  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Urgent question on overseas students falsely accused of cheating

Source: British Parliament News 30 April 2019 Stephen Timms, MP for East Ham, asked an urgent question on the review of cases of overseas students falsely accused of cheating in “TOEIC” English language tests. The urgent question comes as the Home Office is to be investigated over its decision to cancel the visas of thousands of […]

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