It just doesn't add up

24th February 1995 at 00:00
(Photograph) - It just doesn't add up: Sue Jones, chair of governors at Otterhampton primary school, which was the first in the West Country to refuse to set a budget in protest against spending cuts. Governors at the 96-pupil school, which has four full-time teachers and four classrooms, say that it would have been impossible to cut Pounds 22,000 (13 per cent) off last year's budget and continue to offer adequate teaching.

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