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Every part of Britain is set to gain from an increased aviation hub capacity if the right decision is made – especially Wales.
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Last week, the High Court handed down a judgment in the long-running dispute between the London Oratory School in west London and the Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA), which led the school to describe its challenge as ‘successful’.
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A High Court judgment has been handed down in the case between the London Oratory School in west London and the OSA after the school decided to judicially review a decision finding it to have been selecting its pupils on ethnic and socio-economic grounds in its admissions policy and ordered to rewrite its admissions criteria