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My hon. Friend makes a very good point. It is really important to have the flexibility for schools to reflect local circumstances.
I do welcome that, and I very much look forward to the Minister’s exploring those issues in more detail.
I can confirm that, and it is astonishing, by the standards of our own values, that that was the decision that was made, and even more as
Madam Deputy Speaker, “There were Africans in Britain before the English came here.” That is the opening line of Peter Fryer’s monumental
Thank you for that guidance, Madam Deputy Speaker. I welcome my hon. Friend’s point.
I am delighted to have been able to give my hon. Friend a platform to advertise his local festival.
I think the hon. Lady is right.
The Minister’s diary is of course a matter for him, but I very much agree that I would like to see every child in school in this country