Legal backlash over Vote Leave

Legal backlash over Vote Leave

Whistleblowers have levied accusations that Vote Leave broke electoral law during the Brexit referendum. The Electoral Commission have accused Vote Leave of exceeding their spending limit, not accounting for all invoices and receipts, providing inaccurate figures for their campaign expenditure and not following protocol for a statutory notice. The allegations...

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Thousands Protest in National Strike against Education Cuts

This article was kindly supplied by Bianca Barratt Thousands of teachers and education professionals marched on Westminster today in a show of solidarity against education secretary Nicky Morgan and her plans to cut funding in schools. As part of a national 24 hour strike organised by the largest UK teachers’...

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London faith schools among those “putting undue pressure on [parents] to contribute” financially, BHA finds

The British Humanist Association (BHA) recently published research which it claims found that many state funded state schools appear to be in violation of the law around how schools can seek financial donations from parents. The BHA argues that the schools, many of which are in London, pressurised parents into...

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