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News: Grammar schools ban ‘may be lifted’

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The government is reportedly considering creating new grammar schools to help aid social mobility. But Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs have said they will oppose the move. Some have warned that lifting the grammar schools ban would benefit only those who can afford private tutoring.

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