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Williamson rules out BAME discrimination in results system

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Williamson rules out BAME discrimination in results system

Williamson rules out BAME discrimination in results system

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says that an Ofqual public consultation into the government’s exam results system shows “no bias or detriment to those from the most deprived backgrounds or those from ethnic minority communities”.

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