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Gordon Brown today said public sector reforms must go “wider and deeper” to provide a more personalised service. The prime minister told MPs public services must move away from providing a universal service and instead offer care which is tailored to individual needs. Examples include elderly people being given budgets to purchase their own care… Read more »

Birmingham to get own version of BRIT school
First fully-selective academy to promote performing arts

England is to get its first fully selective academy, catering for performing arts students. Schools minister Andrew Adonis announced today that Birmingham will get its own performing arts academy modelled on the BRIT school in Croydon, which counts Amy Winehouse, Kate Nash and Katie Melua among its alumni. The BRIT school in south London had… Read more »