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Children will not be taught a 'watered-down curriculum'

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Children will not be taught a 'watered-down curriculum'

Children will not be taught a 'watered-down curriculum'

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has insisted that children would not be taught a "watered-down curriculum" when they return to school in September.

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