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"League tables are a cancer on the body of education... they have become an illness causing irreparable harm by bringing in a huge amount of bad practice. They put pressure on schools to enter good pupils for an unnecessary number of exams. That's not education - that's cramming."

Martin Stephen, High Master of Manchester Grammar School, which came top of the GCSE league tables

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