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Baker clause not being followed.

Baker clause not being followed.

Academies could have their funding axed if they fail to comply with the controversial Baker clause.

The clause, introduced in January last year, requires schools to publish a statement online describing their careers programmes and how providers access pupils to talk about technical education and apprenticeships.

On Monday, Damian Hinds, the education secretary, reiterated his support for the law and told The Independent: “We expect [the Baker clause] to happen and if it doesn’t then it is possible to take further action”.

His comments follow warnings last August from Anne Milton, the skills minister, that the government would directly intervene if schools 

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