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News: £560 million "black hole" in academisation plans, Labour claims

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The Labour Party has claimed that the government's academisation plans will leave a £560 million shortfall in the schools budget. The government has claimed the party's calculations are "way off the mark", but unions have also raised concerns about how much it will cost to academise all schools.

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