Will England have to follow Scotland's exams U-turn?

Aug 11, 03:52 PM
After a week of feet dragging, the Scottish government has today dramatically U-turned on downgrading exam results for 76,000 students. Those who received lower marks will now revert to the original predicted grades given by their teachers. Meanwhile, we are two days away from the English A-Level results being out, so will Gavin Williamson also reconsider the way results are moderated in England? Cindy Yu talks to Alex Massie and Kate Andrews. Also on the podcast: the latest ONS jobs figures.

Subscribe to The Spectator's first podcast newsletter here and get each week's podcast highlights in your inbox every Tuesday.