Joined-up Lib Dems

7th May 2010 at 01:00

Whatever the result of the general election, Ed Balls and Michael Gove, the Labour and Tory education spokespersons in England, have said they would work with the Lib Dems on schools policy in a hung parliament. Their move coincides with a poll for TES England which showed most teachers planned to vote for the Lib Dems - 39 per cent - against 29 per cent for Labour and 23 per cent for the Tories.

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