30th June 1995 at 01:00
"All spending rounds are tough but they also haveareas of tenderness and . . . there are sound democratic pressures for being sympathetic to some of the problems schools have faced"

Jonathan Aitken, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

"I certainly do not want to see any cuts in essential services like education and health, where I want to see good sums of money spent on nurses doctors and teachers"

John Redwood, Tory party leadership candidate

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