83% of schools in England will still be worse off next year compared to 2015.
What happens at this election will determine the future of education for a whole generation of children.
Cities of London and Westminster has lost £5.6 million, an average loss of £706 per pupil, which means that 23 out of 25 schools in this constituency would lose out under current government plans.
This is the current government that the Conservative candidate, Nickie Aiken, is standing for in the December 12th, 2019 General Election.
SchoolCuts.org has asked each candidate standing in Cities of London and Westminster to pledge to stop school cuts.
Gordon Nardell, Labour’s candidate for Cities of London and Westminster has signed the pledge.
The candidates for both the Lib Dems and the Tories have not.
In fact, despite being emailed about making the pledge to stop school cuts TEN times, there has yet to be a response from Chuka Umunna and Nickie Aiken.
Labour have pledged to invest in education in their 2019 manifesto because we want to improve education standards for all.