» Tuesday, October 23, 2007


The Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) began by outlining the two main issues discussed at this morning’s Cabinet. Firstly, there was an update from Jack Straw on the Constitutional Reform Agenda and how that was being taken forward. Secondly, there was a discussion led by Ed Balls on taking forward next steps on diplomas.

Asked to specify what Ed Balls was announcing today, the PMS said he was announcing how the agenda was being taken forward in relation to diplomas which was one of the issues which came out of the Tomlinson review.

Asked if diplomas were to replace A-levels, the PMS said it was best to wait for the statement later today.

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