First published: 05 November Reviewing two of the latest reports by social mobility tsar, Alan Milburn and ‘social justice’ champion, Iain Duncan Smith . Alan Milburn’s social mobility report – summary · • Lunchtime summary · • Afternoon summary. Alan Milburn is publishing his report on social mobility. Photograph: Matthew Fearn/PA. am: .. MichaelWhite (@MichaelWhite) May 30, Milburn’s report – the first of three on social mobility commissioned by In , nine out of 10 of those companies were offering vacancies in.
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Patrick has also written an analysis about how the parties disagree on how to promote social mobility. As for the rest of the papers, here are some stories that are particularly interesting.
More from Politics live with Andrew Sparrow. Medicine lags behind other ,obility both in the focus and in the priority it accords to these issues.
There are more details on our Leveson live blog.
Nick Clegg has given a series of interviews this morning to highlight his plans to extend free pre-school childcare.
Vince Cable’s witness statement is now on the Leveson website pdf. Maybe where the government has led, the professions can follow.
People are put off going into politics because they 202 not want to open their private lives to scrutiny, Ken Clarke said today. It is an interesting argument that of the universities only 19 are capable of producing excellent graduates. But clearly there is a huge amount more to do — progress has not been fast enough and in some industries the issues are still not taken seriously.
milburm Leveson You can follow the proceedings on our Leveson live blog. The problem with that is self-evident. Overall the Government has shown good intentionality when it comes to trying to improve fair access to a professional career, even though it is making more progress in some areas than in others.
It is possible only for those who can afford to work for free. Here’s the top of the early Press Association story on Vince Cable’s evidence to the Leveson inquiry. It considers how these opportunities have changed sincewhen Alan Milburn issued a call for action to employers and Government to mobillty barriers to fair access. The letter has been signed by 68 chancellors, governors and university presidents, including those representing a number of elite Russell Group institutions, such as Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, Warwick, Leeds, York, University College London and the London School of Economics.
You can’t turn around something as complex as the lack of social mobility in Britain overnight. We have few teachers who live near to their downtown schools, no lawyers who live near to their poor clients, precious few doctors who live near to their surgeries, hardly any police who live in the difficult areas they patrol, and even church and chapel ministers are now tending to live away from their church communities It follows fears that students are being unfairly targeted as part of a Coalition drive to cut overall levels of immigration.
Overall, law is on the right track. Alan Apan publishes social mobility report: Unsurprisingly in the next few years, over half the growth of jobs in higher-level occupations will occur in London and the south.
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The report looks at the opportunities available to individuals from different backgrounds to enter and progress in professional careers. Aoan collapsed expanded unthreaded.
Alan Milburn, the former Labour health secretary, will tell ministers that despite a huge growth in white-collar work, there is evidence that people from poorer backgrounds and those living outside the south-east of England are being left behind.
As John Plunkett reports, Cable, in his witness statement, said he was told that several Lib Dem colleagues were approached by News Corp representatives “in milburj way I judged to be inappropriate”.
Fair access to professional careers: a progress report
And there should be mkbility and fair selection procedures. In the unlikely event of a disagreement between job sharing MPs, their votes would cancel each other out and they could decide not to vote. Nick Clegg has also been giving interviews this morning about government plans to extend the free childcare that is available to the parents of young children. I’ll post a lunchtime summary at around 1pm and another in the afternoon.