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Sixth-form strike is lawful, says judge

NUT flag Image copyright Owen Humphreys Image caption Sixth-form colleges say cuts have hit them harder than other educational institutions

Tuesday's strike by teachers at sixth-form colleges in England can go ahead, the High Court has said.

Mr Justice Kerr has rejected a government bid to stop the planned strike on the grounds that the action would be unlawful.

The government had argued this was not a trade dispute as defined by the law.

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