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Of course—I knew that my hon. Friend would say that.
My hon. Friend makes an interesting point.
My hon. Friend is a language teacher, not an English teacher.
In that case, I am even more concerned that the rigorousness of a science—chemistry, physics and biology—would be completely missed out.
That is true, but the reality is that fewer people are doing IT at GCSE, probably because it permeates through all the other subjects.
My hon. Friend makes a good point. Is that not why so many forest schools are starting to crop up all over the countryside?
Is there any evidence from the people who responded that young people would take up natural history instead of science and geography?
Many of my constituents work in the aviation sector and at Southampton Airport.
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what recent discussions he has had with the Royal Yachting Association on the VAT status of UK-ow
Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker; I do not think that I have ever talked for more than five minutes in the Chamber, but I will see what I