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The quick guide to United Kingdom’s political parties stances on free school

Complete list of political parties political stances on free school

Independent [political party affiliation]

Independent [political party affiliation]’s political views on free school

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Democratic Unionist

Democratic Unionist’s political views on free school

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Democratic Unionist’s answer: Yes Source

Ulster Unionist

Ulster Unionist’s political views on free school

Ulster Unionist

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British National

British National’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

British National’s answer: No Source

Libertarian

Libertarian’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Libertarian’s answer: Yes Source

Green

Green’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Green’s answer: No, free schools divert money away from existing schools Source

SNP

SNP’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

SNP’s answer: No Source

Labour

Labour’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Labour’s answer: No Source

Sinn Féin

Sinn Féin’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Sinn Féin’s answer: No Source

UKIP

UKIP’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

UKIP’s answer: Yes Source

Traditional Unionist Voice

Traditional Unionist Voice’s political views on free school

Traditional Unionist Voice

Education issues

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Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Plaid Cymru’s answer: No Source

Liberal Democrat

Liberal Democrat’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Liberal Democrat’s answer: Yes Source

Conservative

Conservative’s political views on free school

Education issues

Should the government allow businesses, charities, parents or teachers to use public money to start "free schools"? stats discuss

Conservative’s answer: Yes Source

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