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Starmer on A-levels: ‘Something has gone horribly wrong’

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Starmer on A-levels: ‘Something has gone horribly wrong’

Starmer on A-levels: ‘Something has gone horribly wrong’

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says that “something has obviously gone horribly wrong” as exam boards downgrade nearly 40% of school leavers’ grades in England.

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