New burdens for school governors

27th January 2012 at 00:00

Planned changes could see English local authorities relieved of their liability for health and safety, with the onus handed to governors. This would include liability for asbestos, a still-common and deadly material used in the construction of schools until the 1980s, Campaigners have warned this could become an "intolerable burden" for school governors.

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