Party says it would ‘integrate’ independent schools into state sector, while universities would be told to ensure that no more than seven per cent of their students were privately educated
The motion says that “the ongoing existence of private schools is incompatible with Labour’s pledge to promote social justice.” According to The Independent, “the party would include in its next manifesto ‘a commitment to integrate all private schools into the state sector.’” If that’s not enough, “private schools’ property, land and other assets will be seized and ‘redistributed democratically and fairly across the country’s educational institutions.’” 
Read the full story by Benjamin Kentish Political Correspondent for the Independent