Leaflets condemned

1st November 1996 at 00:00
Teacher unions have condemned the Government for advertising the Assisted Places Scheme in local post offices. John Bangs, head of education at the National Union of Teachers, said it was a "thundering waste of money at a time when the Government had underfunded schools by Pounds 750m". The 650,000 leaflets cost Pounds 50,000.

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