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A “needless and avoidable accident in which those injured were fortunate not to have been killed” said the judge before imposing a fine of £5million upon Merlin Attractions.
The private schools public benefit test debate has this week been reignited by a public consultation launched by the Department for Education.
The Ministry of Justice has just released a statement, Transforming Our Justice System, together with a consultation paper which sets out aims to achieve a justice system that is just, proportionate and accessible to everyone.
Justine Greening has indicated that that the government will not be proceeding with the proposal in March’s white paper to remove the requirement for academy trusts to reserve places for elected parents on governing boards.
The new Education Secretary Justine Greening has paved the way for new Catholic schools to open as part of an overhaul of the system.
Plans for new offences of failing to prevent money-laundering and fraud continue to progress. The plans, originally announced by David Cameron in May 2016, would complement a similar offence.
Yesterday, the Department for Education (DfE) released its green paper focusing on the reform of the education sector to deliver 'schools that work for everyone'.
The British Humanist Association has accused the DfE of enabling faith groups to exert undue influence on non-faith schools due to their permissive approach to mixed MATs.
The so called 'Hillsborough Law' outlines five key principles all aimed at ensuring public authorities engaging with any court proceedings, inquiries or investigations tell the truth.
The impact of the new sentencing guidelines for Heath and safety offences is being felt across all sectors.
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