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Labour will require independent schools to do more to break down the “Berlin Wall” in the education system by helping stateGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Business and union leaders have urged corporate Britain to spend more on staff training and create better apprenticeships,Sarah O’Connor, Employment Correspondent
Jim Murphy, the favourite to become Scottish Labour leader, is backing the devolution of income tax to Scotland, shruggingMure Dickie in Edinburgh
José Sócrates, Portugal’s former Socialist prime minister, has been refused bail and is to be kept in police detention whilePeter Wise in Lisbon
George Osborne is “looking very seriously” at extending tax breaks to children’s television and orchestras in next week’sElizabeth Rigby
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