Gavin Williamson apologises as government U-turn over A-level and GCSE results

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Gavin Williamson has confirmed that A-levels and GCSEs will be teacher assessed, and apologised to students, teachers and parents for any distress caused by the exams row.

The Education Secretary said he was "sorry for the distress this has caused" after a U-turn on the system for awarding A-level and GCSE grades.

Students will now take whichever is higher of the grade their school or college estimated was the grade they would most likely have achieved in their exam or the moderated grade.

Boris Johnson still has confidence in his beleaguered Education Secretary, despite widespread calls for his resignation, Downing Street said today.

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