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iPhone : Time is running out. We need action in days, not weeks. That also means an urgent technical review of the standardisation model ahead of GCSE results next week.

We need to end this fiasco.

iPhone : The unprecedented and chaotic circumstances created by the UK Government’s mishandling of education during recent months mean that a return to teacher assessments is now the best option available.

No young person should be at a detriment due to Government incompetence.

iPhone : Across the last twenty four hours we have heard heartbreaking stories and the scale of the injustice caused by the fatally flawed results system has become clear.
Young people and parents right across the country, in every town and city, feel let down and betrayed. [Thread]

iPhone : Brilliant to spend the day in Darlington today meeting students, teachers and people from across the town.

They are frustrated and angry with the way the Tories have handled this exams fiasco.

Twitter Media Studio : Tens of thousands of young people have had their results unfairly downgraded.

The Government has been shambolic and dishonest.

Take action now…

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Twitter for Advertisers : The Government’s chaotic handling of A-level results means a generation of young people are unable to live the future they’ve worked so hard to achieve. Sign our petition and demand the Government re-thinks its approach 👇

iPhone : The Government needs to urgently rethink.

We need to guarantee the right to individual appeals, the fee for appeals waived and nothing to be ruled out, including the u-turn that was forced on the Scottish Government last week.

iPhone : Parents, teachers and young people are rightly upset, frustrated and angry about this injustice.

The system has fundamentally failed them.

iPhone : Something has obviously gone horribly wrong with this year’s exam results.

Nearly 40% of young people have had their grades marked down and that's thousands of young people whose opportunities could have been dashed. [Thread]

Twitter Web App : We need urgent action from the Government to address this injustice.

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Twitter Media Studio : Nearly 40% of young people have had their grades marked down.

The system has fundamentally failed them.

The Tories are robbing a generation of their future.

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Twitter Web App : Very best of luck to everyone receiving their A-level results today.

This can be an anxious time for young people, parents and families.

This year has been made more challenging by the Government’s incompetence.

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iPhone : The Government’s chaotic and incompetent handling of this year’s exams risks robbing a generation of their future.

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Twitter Media Studio : The Tories risk robbing a generation of young people of their future.

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Twitter Web App : The Government’s approach to the awful scenes in the English Channel lacks compassion and competence. We must not militarise a humanitarian crisis. I’ve written to the Home Secretary demanding answers:

Twitter Media Studio : Where you are born, and your family background, should not determine your life chances.

Cat Smith MP calls for more support for young people. #IYD #PowerOfYouth

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Twitter Web App : My thoughts are with everyone involved in the serious incident in Aberdeenshire.

Thank you to all the emergency services.…

Twitter Media Studio : The Government is letting young people slip through the cracks.

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Twitter Web App : Gvt’s 11th hour changes to exam system ahead of A level results tomorrow is just papering over the cracks of its disastrous handling of the process. I feel for students affected by this chaos. Watch my comments this morning

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Twitter Web App : The UK's got the worst excess death rate in Europe – now we’re on course for the worst recession too.

A downturn was inevitable after lockdown - but Boris Johnson’s jobs crisis wasn’t.…