January 22, 2017 at 08:03AM

Chair of women and equalities committee launches campaign amid concern over harassment and violence in schools

A leading Conservative MP fears the government’s preoccupation with Brexit is holding up vital plans to make sex and relationships education (SRE) compulsory in all schools.

Maria Miller, chair of the women and equalities committee, which produced a damning report about sexual harassment and violence in schools, has launched a campaign to press the government to take swift action. She has called an adjournment debate in the Commons on Monday to try to build momentum.

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from Education | The Guardian http://ift.tt/2jmN4Tm