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Education Secretary Gillian Keegan makes a statement in the House of Commons, providing guidance on the Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) crisis in education settings.

The government is investigating the extent of problems with crumbling concrete, with many schools and colleges being told by the Department for Education to partially or fully shut buildings - just days before the start of the new school year - over fears about the safety of facilities built with RAAC.

Speaking on Sunday with Trevor Phillips, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt admitted more schools and other public buildings with structural problems could come to light in the coming weeks.

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