Private Schools should we be making it easer for people to attend?

Private schools should we be making it easer for people to attend?

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Private Schools should we be making it easer for people to attend?” – below is their description.

‘Rather than say they are villains and have this class war, we should try make it easier for people to get into them.’

Local Government Editor for Conservative Home, Harry Phibbs, reacts to Sir Keir Starmer questing the PM over private school tax benefits.

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