EXCLUSIVE: Call for inspection pause in case of Brexit hit

By Dan Peters | 10 April 2019

Council chiefs have urged Whitehall to be ready to ease pressures on the sector for up to six months if Brexit threatens to stretch capacity.

Representative groups are understood to have suggested temporarily halting all-but-essential business – including routine Ofsted and Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspections - to ensure the sector can cope.

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