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EDUCATION: Bless you, my snow-mobile

Dennis Richards looks ahead beyond the General Election

A FORTHCOMING General Election has produced some eye-catching suggestions as to how education will look at the end of 2010.

Perhaps we can blame Ken Boston’s Australian ancestry for what he may have felt was a revolutionary idea when he proposed the abolition of GCSEs, in favour of a School Certificate based on five main subjects. Dr Boston, the outgoing chief executive of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) — the government quango that provides advice on ...

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Large numbers of clergy volunteered to be military chaplains during the Great War. Peter Street tells some of their stories  Subscribe to read more

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Can Catholics back women bishops?

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