A real skills revolution would not have been as ambiguous as last week's Autumn Budget
Experts have warned of 'appalling' guidance for families and out-of-date documentation
There was a distinct ‘Back to the Future’ feel to the spending review, writes Luke Sibieta This week’s spending...
Education spending is set to rise by two per cent a year, compared to four per cent for health
FE leaders have been left frustrated by the lack of clarity
Treasury documents set out spending plans for next three years
The government has revealed details of its new £560 million Multiply scheme, aimed at improving half a million adults’...
It will take effect from April 1, 2022.
Treasury trails skills spending announcements ahead of the spending review.