Top schools should allocate places ‘by lottery’

    Top schools should allocate places ‘by lottery’

    Popular schools should choose pupils through lotteries to stop middle-class parents monopolising places, the admissions watchdog said yesterday.

    Greater regulation is needed because unfettered access to the best schools is leading to social segregation, Philip Hunter, the chief schools adjudicator, said.

    Read more on this story in The Daily Telegraph today

    Flu jab not needed, says one GP in four

    The worth of the NHS flu jab programme was called into question yesterday as a quarter of GPs said they believe the vaccination is unnecessary.

    Read more on this story in The Daily Telegraph today


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