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Tessa Jowell suggests sport cross-party plan

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With Team GB celebrating their most successful Olympics for 100 years, a debate is growing about how best to build on the legacy and inspire the next generation into sport.

Dame Tessa Jowell, the former Labour Olympics minister, explains her suggestion of a cross party agreement on the future of school sport to try to produce a 10-year plan.

"The sense of unity of purpose should be applied to delivering this legacy," she said.

"Labour will take a full part in delivering a cross-party plan for sport for young people to create that stability that has delivered for the Olympics."


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