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That this House expresses deep concern over the sudden, unexpected announcement of the removal of education maintenance allowances (EMAs) from 16 to 19 year olds; notes that EMAs have supported the widening of participation, raising of aspiration and growth in higher attainment levels amongst young people; and believes that their removal is likely to disadvantage seriously young people in lower socio-economic groups and from minority backgrounds in continuing their education, and that itwill be to the detriment of the whole country.
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