Cameron cuts warning

23rd April 2010 at 01:00

Conservative party leader David Cameron has warned of major savings in England's education budget - whoever wins the general election. He told The TES that his party would find the necessary savings, making a start by abolishing quangos such as the qualifications and curriculum body and cutting back on government initiatives. Under Labour, schools had become "overly prescriptive", he said.

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