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Post-18 education and apprenticeships

We recently had two debates in the Lords – just two days apart – that enabled me to speak on post-18 education and degree apprenticeships, the latter the subject of the most recent report from the Higher Education Commission.  I … Continue reading

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A quarter century of parliamentary placements

This semester marks the 25th anniversary of Hull Politics Department’s parliamentary placement scheme.  I placed three students at Westminster in 1988-89 as part of our new degree in Politics and Legislative Studies, subsequently British Politics and Legislative Studies (BPLS).  The numbers … Continue reading

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