U.K. Labour Party Adopts Policy to Take Over Private Schools

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Matthew Adshead, vice-chair of the Independent Schools Association (ISA), called the pledge - which Labour members approved at its party conference in Brighton - "incredulous".

The vote in favour of the motion came after shadow education secretary Angela Rayner said a future Labour government would scrap the "tax loopholes" which benefit private schools, in its first budget.

The motion outlined that endowments, investments and properties held by private schools would be redistributed across the country's educational institutions.

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Britain's opposition Labour plans to abolish private schools

LABOUR has sparked mass mockery and laughter after the far-left loony party announced plans to ABOLISH private schools, despite party leader Jeremy Corbyn attending, yes you guessed it... a private school as a kid.

Concern was also raised last night by Labour's "chilling" seizure of private assets, with David Gauke MP, formerly of the Conservative Party, saying: "I didn't go to a private school".

Axing private schools would be a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights on the right to choose education as well as Article 26 of the United Nations on the right to education, the ISC argues.

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Momentum's national co-ordinator Laura Parker hailed the victory for the Abolish Eton campaign as a "huge step forward in dismantling the privilege of a tiny, Eton-educated elite who are running our country into the ground".

Campaigners welcomed the vote for the party to effectively abolish public schools.

After Labour had banned establishing new academic-attainment selective grammar schools in a previous government, there is the question of where Labour's policies of stopping school choice or making illegal so-called "unfairness" in the education system would end, given British parents also pay privately for tutors, music teachers, and other non-State controlled extracurricular activities.

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He said: "If implemented, it will be an act of unprecedented vandalism".

"It would threaten the jobs of teachers and support staff, and empty promises of transferring over to a comprehensive state system ignore employment law and basic humanity". Tearing down excellent schools does not improve our education system.

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