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   Which party is tackling the injustice of grammar schools? None has the guts | Fiona Millar  2019/12/10 07:00:03 The Guardian
Selective education is expanding by stealth. The general election should have been a chance to make a stand Whatever the outcome of the general election, one group of heads will have every reason to be content. The leaders of England’s 163 grammar schools have made it through another campaign with barely a word uttered about the bastions of privilege over which they preside. How different from 2017, when Theresa May’s retro idea to create new grammar schools ensured that the arguments for selection (slim) and against (substantial) were rehearsed frequently and loudly. Continue reading…
   ETF Deathwatch For April 2019  2019/05/10 08:10:09 Seeking Alpha
   Wall Street bounces back and the Dow adds 218 points  2019/03/21 21:38:30 FXStreet
The S&P 500 SPXclimbed 1.1% to end near 2,855. Dow Jones Industrial Average added a good 218 points to end around 25,964. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 1.4% to close around 7,839. Stocks bounced back from its lows on Thursday after the Fed's projections for interest rates this year was zero. U.S. stocks ended higher on Thursday following a surge in tech shares. In political news, analysts at ANZ Bank explained that US President Trump has tweeted that the US should recognise Israel’s authority over Golan Heights, in a marked shift in the US standpoint. Israel seized the territory from Syria more than 50 years ago. The analysts also explained that UK PM May is once more in Brussels, this time trying to agree an extension to the March 29 Brexit deadline: "But Europe’s position seems to have hardened, with various politicians including French President Macron indicating that the Withdrawal Agreement must be passed for an extension to be granted. Sterling came under pressure. This week’s EU Summit is unlikely to be the final word.
   Which party is tackling the injustice of grammar schools? None has the guts | Fiona Millar  2019/12/10 07:00:03 The Guardian
Selective education is expanding by stealth. The general election should have been a chance to make a stand Whatever the outcome of the general election, one group of heads will have every reason to be content. The leaders of England’s 163 grammar schools have made it through another campaign with barely a word uttered about the bastions of privilege over which they preside. How different from 2017, when Theresa May’s retro idea to create new grammar schools ensured that the arguments for selection (slim) and against (substantial) were rehearsed frequently and loudly. Continue reading…
   ETF Deathwatch For April 2019  2019/05/10 08:10:09 Seeking Alpha
   Wall Street bounces back and the Dow adds 218 points  2019/03/21 21:38:30 FXStreet
The S&P 500 SPXclimbed 1.1% to end near 2,855. Dow Jones Industrial Average added a good 218 points to end around 25,964. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 1.4% to close around 7,839. Stocks bounced back from its lows on Thursday after the Fed's projections for interest rates this year was zero. U.S. stocks ended higher on Thursday following a surge in tech shares. In political news, analysts at ANZ Bank explained that US President Trump has tweeted that the US should recognise Israel’s authority over Golan Heights, in a marked shift in the US standpoint. Israel seized the territory from Syria more than 50 years ago. The analysts also explained that UK PM May is once more in Brussels, this time trying to agree an extension to the March 29 Brexit deadline: "But Europe’s position seems to have hardened, with various politicians including French President Macron indicating that the Withdrawal Agreement must be passed for an extension to be granted. Sterling came under pressure. This week’s EU Summit is unlikely to be the final word.
   Which party is tackling the injustice of grammar schools? None has the guts | Fiona Millar  2019/12/10 07:00:03 The Guardian
Selective education is expanding by stealth. The general election should have been a chance to make a stand Whatever the outcome of the general election, one group of heads will have every reason to be content. The leaders of England’s 163 grammar schools have made it through another campaign with barely a word uttered about the bastions of privilege over which they preside. How different from 2017, when Theresa May’s retro idea to create new grammar schools ensured that the arguments for selection (slim) and against (substantial) were rehearsed frequently and loudly. Continue reading…
   ETF Deathwatch For April 2019  2019/05/10 08:10:09 Seeking Alpha
   Wall Street bounces back and the Dow adds 218 points  2019/03/21 21:38:30 FXStreet
The S&P 500 SPXclimbed 1.1% to end near 2,855. Dow Jones Industrial Average added a good 218 points to end around 25,964. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 1.4% to close around 7,839. Stocks bounced back from its lows on Thursday after the Fed's projections for interest rates this year was zero. U.S. stocks ended higher on Thursday following a surge in tech shares. In political news, analysts at ANZ Bank explained that US President Trump has tweeted that the US should recognise Israel’s authority over Golan Heights, in a marked shift in the US standpoint. Israel seized the territory from Syria more than 50 years ago. The analysts also explained that UK PM May is once more in Brussels, this time trying to agree an extension to the March 29 Brexit deadline: "But Europe’s position seems to have hardened, with various politicians including French President Macron indicating that the Withdrawal Agreement must be passed for an extension to be granted. Sterling came under pressure. This week’s EU Summit is unlikely to be the final word.

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