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Early intervention 'will combat child illiteracy'

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Government figures obtained by the Today programme show that thousands of boys start secondary school only able to reach the reading standard of seven-year-olds or below. Nottingham Labour MP Graham Allen discusses what to do for children who leave primary school and cannot read properly.



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