Conservative manifesto "won't solve education funding crisis"

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Conservative manifesto "won't solve education funding crisis"

The Conservative party has set out their election manifesto. Theresa May pledged to give schools an extra £4 billion - partly funded by scrapping free school lunches for infant pupils. Critics have accused Ms May of failing to tackle the scale of the funding crisis facing schools in London. Rebecca Wilson from parent-led campaign group Fair Funding for All Schools is calling for more to be done.

The National Union of Teacher's National Executive Member, Jerry Glazier called the Tory manifesto "wholly inadequate".

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