Schools concrete crisis: What the government knew and when
Yesterday the government published a list of over a hundred schools in England which are fully or partially shut because of safety fears over RAAC – a type of concrete that’s started to crumble. Has the government done 'a f***ing good job', as the education secretary put it? Or did it fail to heed the warnings?
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- Kate McCann, political editor, Times Radio.
- Dr John Roberts FREng FIStructE, former president, Institution of Structural Engineers.
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