Labour would make fee-charging schools support state counterparts or lose business rate relief

Labour would make fee-charging schools support state counterparts or lose business rate relief

Tristram Hunt, the shadow education secretary, says that private schools - most of which are registered charities - would receive the relief only if they met minimum standards of partnership

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