This tension has, I believe, been exacerbated by the subsequent development of Cf E since the early days.
Early documentation demonstrated a sensitivity towards the dangers of assessment driving the curriculum, however more recent developments reveal a shift in emphasis, making clear an expectation that the Es & Os are assessment standards.
This puts Britain in its strongest position for almost half a century, ensuring it can begin to reduce its debts.
This will mean that Britain is better prepared for future shocks, ensuring long term economic security.
It sets out a long term economic plan to fix the public finances, return the country to surplus and run a healthy economy that starts to pay down its debt.