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Royal Commission

Volume 720: debated on Thursday 18 November 1965

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science, if, in view of the unrest in the teaching service and the need to determine the priorities in education, he will advise the setting-up of a Royal Commission to examine what resources, both human and financial, can be made available to remedy the present deficiencies.

I would refer the hon. Member to my Answer today to the hon. Member for Leeds, North-West (Sir D. Kaberry).