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Excellent point - and one which could be generalised/otherwise exemplified. Just one (because it's one bee in my bonnet hive): the closure of Becta saves £x pa but the cost of everything it did is thrown inefficiently upon the budgets of individual teachers, schools and colleges. I don't think any of this has to do with savings (alleged or otherwise) or efficiencies. It's good old fashioned dogma from what I can only see as the revived Bourbons and their Liberal fags (in a good old public school sense of the word, of course).

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