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R42 – Ministerial Report from the Secretary of State for Education

Ministerial Report from Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for Education
Teaching Regulations

Mr Speaker,

Following the passage of the ‘Qualification of Teachers Act 2018 (Repeal) Bill 2019’, we wish to inform the House that the Education (Specified Work) (England) Regulations 2012 are hereby formally reinstated.

There will be no immediate move, given the sentiment of the House, to further amend teaching regulations; however, we remain committed, as a Department, as a Government, to the protection and fortification of our pupils’ education - education that ought to work for all.

This Government recognises the importance of ensuring that pupils are provided with high quality teaching, and so will be looking to work with all Parties to further enhance the curriculum as well as the ongoing training and support that teachers will receive throughout their careers. The support that teachers and support staff have throughout their career is imperative to ensure we secure a bright future for all pupils.

I commend this report to the House.
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Over this weekend I will be contacting relevant members of the House regarding this, and believe that as a House we can improve the education and outlook of everyone that's in education, not just from 3-16, but in college, and also further.
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Over this weekend I will be contacting relevant members of the House regarding this, and believe that as a House we can improve the education and outlook of everyone that's in education, not just from 3-16, but in college, and also further.
Hear, hear.
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Over this weekend I will be contacting relevant members of the House regarding this, and believe that as a House we can improve the education and outlook of everyone that's in education, not just from 3-16, but in college, and also further.
You mean ns will and then we will see all the dreadful policies he proposed last term re-proposed
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You mean ns will and then we will see all the dreadful policies he proposed last term re-proposed
No, I will be.
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There will be no immediate move, given the sentiment of the House, to further amend teaching regulations; however, we remain committed, as a Department, as a Government, to the protection and fortification of our pupils’ education - education that ought to work for all.
Tenner says this was written by ns
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Tenner says this was written by ns
I’ll take that tenner.
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I thank the minister for following through on the will of the House.
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Tenner says this was written by ns
Actually I'd go for the idea being stated by, if ns wrote it you'd be looking at double the length and infinitely more pretentious in the language
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I hope the House can now feel reassured that the government is a responsive one.
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I hope the House can now feel reassured that the government is a responsive one.
Riiiight.
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Riiiight.
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It is regrettable that this statement was needed however it was the will of the House at this time.
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I hope the House can now feel reassured that the government is a responsive one.
Except this isn't needed in response to bills, and the same effort would be better spent responding to motions that the house has passed, calling on the government to do things it hasn't done.
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This ministerial report is in cessation.

There is nothing requiring further legislation, so the contents will be deemed passed unless sent to vote by the Prime Minister (ns_2), minister responsible (Tanqueray91), or Leader of the Opposition (Saunders16) before the cessation expires.
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This ministerial report has passed without vote.
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