The result of the general election shocked most people. Theresa May obviously called the election in the belief that she would increase her majority in the Commons – and therefore her mandate – considerably. Even the most ardent supporters of The Labour Party wouldn’t have believed it would gain so many seats.
Of course, with a hung parliament outcome it could be argued that there are no winners. The Conservatives have lost a slim majority but are still the leading party. Labour have made gains but not enough to take control.
So, what does the general election result mean for education?…
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