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What will Boris' money mean in practice?

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PotteryLottery Fri 30-Aug-19 20:23:48

Will schools' deficits mean that it won't have an impact?

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Haggisfish Fri 30-Aug-19 20:25:05

I don’t know. I’ll be interested to see our head’s opinion on this. I suspect it means most schools will be able to ‘break even’ more realistically, rather than increasing their deficit.

noblegiraffe Fri 30-Aug-19 21:24:02

There’s not enough money promised to cover the amount has been cut since 2010.

Plus the leak also proposed a massive payrise for new teachers.

So basically all the money would have to go on the pay rise and nothing left for anything else and schools would still be screwed.

CarrieBlue Fri 30-Aug-19 22:43:51

It will put schools back to where they were in 2009. Without taking inflation or more pupils into account. 10 years ago.

BelindasGleeTeam Fri 30-Aug-19 22:47:41

Boris's money will mean bugger all because it won't appear.

That's my cynical view 🤷‍♀️

SpoonBlender Fri 30-Aug-19 22:54:33

There is no extra money. It's the same creative accounting as the money for the NHS - it was already there in the budget, and isn't enough.

Boris is a continuous liar.

Amara123 Fri 30-Aug-19 22:58:01

There's not likely to be any money. I also believe it's creative accounting to make him look good and distract from the dictatorship he is establishing.

How can you tell Boris Johnson is lying?

His lips are moving.

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