Government defeated over council involvement in skills plans

By Dan Peters | 13 October 2021

The Government has lost a House of Lords vote after peers demanded councils should be involved in drawing up local skills improvement plans.

Lords backed the cross-party amendment to the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill by 193 votes to 186.

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