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- Education, justice and democracy
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- Budget 2015: Our panel’s reaction
- Child poverty: all not quite what it seems?
- The Academies and Education Bill will not help Britain’s schools
- Child benefit and the fight against poverty
- First 100 Days - Transforming Education
- The select committee confirms it: academies are a failed experiment
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- What to make of the IPPR report
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- Why Performance Related Pay won’t work
- What would a further £25bn of spending cuts mean for child poverty?
- Our big challenge - Solidarity in the face of insecurity
- We need to challenge the myths that poison attempts at progressive change
- Reviving the Beveridge vision of a Social State
- Stop pushing people into poverty and get serious about job creation
- Social State: Reclaiming Education for All
- The chicanery of this week’s economics
- Our young people deserve a secure future
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