Segregation, Segregation, Segregation

Greening’s opposite number, Labour’s shadow education secretary Angela Rayner, made clear at the Labour Party conference last week that the party would oppose any and all attempts to increase the amount of selective education across Britain. Even in the wake of a leadership election, the fact that the Tories cannot provide evidence of grammar schools aiding social mobility unites the Labour Party. Last weekend, Labour Party activists took part in the Education Not Segregation campaign, which made clear that the party won’t stand by while the Tories push this through in Westminster.

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