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BRITAIN
RTRBEHM
September 21, 2004
Britain's Films Minister Estelle Morris talks at a reception at 11 Downing Street in London, September...
London, UK
Britain's Films Minister Morris speaks during a reception at Downing Street in London.
Britain's Films Minister Estelle Morris talks at a reception at 11 Downing Street in London, September 21, 2004. The reception on Tuesday was to mark a new tax relief scheme being introduced to support the British film industry. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD
BRITAIN VETERANS
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February 09, 2004
Britain's Lottery Minister Estelle Morris (L) stands with former members of Britain's wartime forces,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH WAR VETERANS ATTEND LAUNCH OF 'HEROES RETURN' LOTTERY SCHEME IN LONDON.
Britain's Lottery Minister Estelle Morris (L) stands with former members of Britain's wartime forces, from the Chelsea Royal Hospital, at the launch of the 'Heroes Return' scheme in Winston Churchill's bunker at the Cabinet War Rooms in Whitehall, London, February 9, 2004. The Lottery-funded scheme will enable UK World War II veterans to revisit the battlefields where they saw active service, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the events which led to the end of the war. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/ASA/JB
BRITAIN MORRIS
RTRPDAG
June 16, 2003
Estelle Morris, Britain's new Minister for the Arts (R) smiles as she
chats with artist Bridget Riley...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MORRIS, BRITAIN'S NEW MINISTER FOR THE ARTS CHATS WITH ARTIST BRIDGET
RILEY IN LONDON.
Estelle Morris, Britain's new Minister for the Arts (R) smiles as she
chats with artist Bridget Riley in front of her painting "Evoe 3"
during a visit to the Tate Britian in London June 16, 2003. Morris has
made a return to government following her resignation as Education
Secretary on October 23, 2002. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/WS
BRITAIN MORRIS
RTRPD9H
June 16, 2003
Estelle Morris, Britain's new Minister for the Arts smiles as she poses
for pictures in front of the...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ESTELLE MORRIS BRITAIN'S NEW MINISTER FOR THE ARTS POSES FOR PICTURES
AT TATE BRITAIN IN LONDON.
Estelle Morris, Britain's new Minister for the Arts smiles as she poses
for pictures in front of the painting by Bridget Riley, "Evoe 3" during
a visit to the Tate Britain gallery in London June 16, 2003. Morris has
made a return to government following her resignation as Education
Secretary on October 23, 2002. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/MD/WS
BRITAIN MORRIS
RTRPD9A
June 16, 2003
Estelle Morris, Britain's new Minister for the Arts, smiles as she
poses for pictures in front of the...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S NEW MINISTER FOR THE ARTS ESTELLE MORRIS POSES FOR PICTURES
AT TATE BRITAIN IN LONDON.
Estelle Morris, Britain's new Minister for the Arts, smiles as she
poses for pictures in front of the painting by Bridget Riley, "Evoe 3"
during a visit to the Tate Britain gallery in London June 16, 2003.
Morris has made a return to government following her resignation as
Education Secretary on October 23, 2002. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/MD
COOK
RTXLL6I
October 24, 2002
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London,...
London, UK
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central .....
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002. [Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.]
COOK
RTXLL6H
October 24, 2002
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London,...
London, UK
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central .....
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002. [Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.]
REID
RTXLL6G
October 24, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing...
London, UK
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives for a cabinet meeting in Down.....
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002. [Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.]
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNQC
October 24, 2002
Britain's new Secretary of State for Education Charles Clarke stands
outside the Department for Education...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S NEW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION CLARKE STANDS OUTSIDE
THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN...
Britain's new Secretary of State for Education Charles Clarke stands
outside the Department for Education following a cabinet shuffle in
London, October 24, 2002. Clarke moved from his post as Labour Party
Chairman, to be replaced by former Northern Ireland Secretary Dr John
Reid on October 24 following a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in
five months after education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit
saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

SH/ASA
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNQ4
October 24, 2002
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown leaves Downing
Street in central London on October...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER GORDON BROWN LEAVES DOWNING
STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown leaves Downing
Street in central London on October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime Minister
Tony Blair grappled on October 24 with a second enforced cabinet
reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris
dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

SH/ASA/AH
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNPN
October 24, 2002
New Labour Party Chairman Dr John Reid leaves Downing Street in central
London on October 24, 2002....
London, UK
NEW LABOUR PARTY CHAIRMAN DR JOHN REID LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
New Labour Party Chairman Dr John Reid leaves Downing Street in central
London on October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair
grappled on October 24, with a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in
five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically
quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA/AH
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNPG
October 24, 2002
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street following a
cabinet meeting in Downing Street...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street following a
cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London on October 24,
2002. Blair grappled on October 24 with a second enforced cabinet
reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris
dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

SH/ASA/AH
BRITAIN
RTRCNPB
October 24, 2002
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street following a
cabinet meeting in Downing Street...
London, UK
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street following a
cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002.
Blair grappled on October 24 with a second enforced cabinet reshuffle
in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris
dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

SH/CMC
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNP3
October 24, 2002
Britain's new Secretary of State for Education Charles Clarke stands
outside the Department for Education...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S NEW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION CLARKE STANDS OUTSIDE
THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN...
Britain's new Secretary of State for Education Charles Clarke stands
outside the Department for Education following a cabinet shuffle in
London on October 24, 2002. Clarke moved from his post as Labour Party
Chairman, to be replaced by former Northern Ireland Secretary Dr John
Reid on October 24, following a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in
five months after education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit
saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

SH/ASA/AH
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNOX
October 24, 2002
Britain's new Secretary of State for Education Charles Clarke smiles
outside the Department for Education...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S NEW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION CLARKE SMILES OUTSIDE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN LONDON....
Britain's new Secretary of State for Education Charles Clarke smiles
outside the Department for Education following a cabinet reshuffle in
London, October 24, 2002. Clarke moved from his post as Labour Party
Chairman, to be replaced by former Northern Ireland Secretary Dr John
Reid on October 24 following a second enforced cabinet reshuffle in
five months after education secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit
saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

SH/ASA/CMC
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCNFZ
October 24, 2002
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw speaks to the media in Downing Street,
London about the current siege in...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FOREIGN SECRETARY JACK STRAW SPEAKS TO THE MEDIA IN DOWNING
STREET IN LONDON.
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw speaks to the media in Downing Street,
London about the current siege in Moscow and the resignation of
education secretary Estelle Morris, October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair grappled on October 24 with a second enforced
cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle
Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD
BRITAIN - MINISTER
RTRCNFS
October 24, 2002
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw speaks to the media in Downing
Street, London about the current...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FOREIGN SECRETARY JACK STRAW SPEAKS TO THE MEDIA IN DOWNING
STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw speaks to the media in Downing
Street, London about the current siege in Moscow and the resignation of
education secretary Estelle Morris, October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair grappled on October 24 with a second enforced
cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle
Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD/WS
BRITAIN - MINISTER
RTRCNFL
October 24, 2002
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw speaks to the media in Downing
Street in London about the current...
London, UK
BRITAINS FOREIGN SECRETARY JACK STRAW SPEAKS TO THE MEDIA IN DOWNING
STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw speaks to the media in Downing
Street in London about the current siege in Moscow and the resignation
of education secretary Estelle Morris October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair grappled on October 24 with a second enforced
cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle
Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD/WS
BRITAIN - MINISTER
RTRCN8N
October 24, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Trade and Industry Patricia Hewitt
arrives at Downing Street, London...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRADE AND INDUSTRY PATRICIA HEWITT
ARRIVES AT DOWNING STREET IN LONDON....
Britain's Secretary of State for Trade and Industry Patricia Hewitt
arrives at Downing Street, London October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second enforced cabinet
reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris
dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

SH/MD
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCN58
October 24, 2002
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting
in Downing Street in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S LEADER OF THE HOUSE ROBIN COOK ARRIVES IN DOWNING STREET IN
LONDON.
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting
in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second enforced cabinet
reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris
dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

SH/ASA
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCN51
October 24, 2002
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting
in Downing Street in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S LEADER OF THE HOUSE ROBIN COOK ARRIVES IN DOWNING STREET IN
LONDON.
Britain's Leader of the House Robin Cook arrives for a cabinet meeting
in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second enforced cabinet
reshuffle in five months after his education secretary Estelle Morris
dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

SH/ASA
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCN4T
October 24, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives
for a cabinet meeting in Downing...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR NORTHERN IRELAND JOHN REID ARRIVES IN
DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives
for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24,
2002. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a
second enforced cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education
secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the
job. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCN4M
October 24, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives
for a cabinet meeting in Downing...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR NORTHERN IRELAND JOHN REID ARRIVES IN
DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Dr John Reid arrives
for a cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24,
2002. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a
second enforced cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education
secretary Estelle Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the
job. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCN4E
October 24, 2002
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott arrives for a Cabinet
meeting in Downing Street in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER JOHN PRESCOTT ARRIVES IN DOWNING STREET
IN LONDON.
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott arrives for a Cabinet
meeting in Downing Street in central London, October 24, 2002.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair grappled on Thursday with a second
enforced cabinet reshuffle in five months after his education secretary
Estelle Morris dramatically quit saying she was not up to the job.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA
BRITAIN MORRIS
RTRPDBG
October 23, 2002
Estelle Morris (C), Britain's new Minister for the Arts smiles as she
poses for pictures in front of...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ESTELLE MORRIS BRITAIN'S NEW MINISTER FOR THE ARTS POSES FOR PICTURES
AT TATE BRITAIN IN LONDON.
Estelle Morris (C), Britain's new Minister for the Arts smiles as she
poses for pictures in front of the painting by Bridget Riley, "Harmony
in Rose 1" during a visit to the Tate Britain gallery in London June
16, 2003. Morris has made a return to government following her
resignation as Education Secretary on October 23, 2002. REUTERS/Russell
Boyce

RUS/MD/WS
BRITAIN
RTRCM8K
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN LONDON.
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCM8D
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN LONDON.
BRITAIN
RTRCM86
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN LONDON.
BRITAIN
RTRCM7Y
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN LONDON.
BRITAIN
RTRCM7H
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SEEN IN HER OFFICE AFTER...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SEEN IN HER OFFICE AFTER...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SEEN IN HER OFFICE AFTER RESIGNING IN LONDON.
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCM57
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES DEPARTMENT OF ......
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS LEAVES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN LONDON.
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCM48
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SPEAKS TO HER STAFF IN...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SPEAKS TO HER STAFF IN...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SPEAKS TO HER STAFF IN HER OFFICE IN LONDON.
BRITAIN MINISTER
RTRCM40
October 23, 2002
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SPEAKS TO HER STAFF IN...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SPEAKS TO HER STAFF IN...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLLS ESTELLE
MORRIS SPEAKS TO HER STAFF IN HER OFFICE IN LONDON.
MORRIS
RTXLJRA
October 02, 2002
Britain's Secretary for State for Education Estelle Morris gives her keynote address to the Labour Party...
Blackpool, UK
Britain's Secretary for State for Education Estelle Morris gives her keynote address to the Labour P.....
Britain's Secretary for State for Education Estelle Morris gives her keynote address to the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool, October 2, 2002. [Mike Tomlinson, head of the inquiry into alleged A-level exam fixing, recommended on Tuesday that thousands of students should have their grades reviewed.]
BRITAIN LABOUR
RTRBH3A
October 02, 2002
TONY BLAIR PLAYS TABLE TENNIS WITH EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS
AT THE COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL...
Blackpool, UK
TONY BLAIR PLAYS TABLE TENNIS WITH EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS
AT THE COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL...
TONY BLAIR PLAYS TABLE TENNIS WITH EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS
AT THE COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL IN BLACKPOOL.
MORRIS
RTXLJ0R
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level Standards report in her office a.....
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in London September 27, 2002. [The British government has sacked Sir William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some entries be re-graded.]
BRITAIN
RTRB7EJ
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS STUDIES THE INQUIRY INTO A LEVEL
STANDARDS REPORT IN HER OFFICE.
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in
London September 27, 2002. The British government has sacked Sir
William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike
Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some
entries be re-graded. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRB7DI
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS STUDIES THE INQUIRY INTO A LEVEL
STANDARDS REPORT IN HER OFFICE.
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in
London September 27, 2002. The British government has sacked Sir
William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike
Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some
entries be re-graded. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRB7CV
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS STUDIES INQUIRY INTO A LEVEL
STANDARDS REPORT IN HER OFFICE.
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in
London September 27, 2002. The British government has sacked Sir
William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike
Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some
entries be re-graded. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRB7CP
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS STUDIES THE INQUIRY INTO A LEVEL
STANDARDS REPORT IN HER OFFICE.
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in
London September 27, 2002. The British government has sacked Sir
William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike
Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some
entries be re-graded. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRB7CJ
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS STUDIES THE INQUIRY INTO A LEVEL
STANDARDS REPORT IN HER OFFICE.
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in
London September 27, 2002. The British government has sacked Sir
William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike
Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some
entries be re-graded. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRB7CD
September 27, 2002
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS STUDIES THE INQUIRY INTO A LEVEL
STANDARDS REPORT IN HER OFFICE.
Education Secretary Estelle Morris studies the Inquiry into A Level
Standards report in her office at the Department for Education in
London September 27, 2002. The British government has sacked Sir
William Stubbs' Chairman of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA) following a report by former Chief Inspector for Schools, Mike
Tomlinson, into alleged A-level exam fixing which recommended that some
entries be re-graded. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/JMS
MORRIS
RTXLIRW
September 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves Millbank TV studios in central London,...
London, UK
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves Millbank TV studios in central Lond.....
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves Millbank TV studios in central London, September 26, 2002. [Morris defended herself on Thursday against accusations that she interfered in what was meant to be a wholly independent inquiry into the possible fiddling of A-level exam results.]
MORRIS
RTXLIRV
September 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves Millbank TV studios in central London,...
London, UK
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves Millbank TV studios in central Lond.....
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves Millbank TV studios in central London, September 26, 2002. [Morris defended herself on Thursday against accusations that she interfered in what was meant to be a wholly independent inquiry into the possible fiddling of A-level exam results.]
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRB3X2
September 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves
Millbank TV studios in central London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION ESTELLE MORRIS LEAVES
MILLBANK TV STUDIOS IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves
Millbank TV studios in central London, September 26, 2002. Morris
defended herself on Thursday against accusations that she interfered in
what was meant to be a wholly independent inquiry into the possible
fiddling of A-level exam results. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRB3W7
September 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves
Millbank TV studios in central London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION ESTELLE MORRIS LEAVES
MILLBANK TV STUDIOS IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves
Millbank TV studios in central London, September 26, 2002. Morris
defended herself on Thursday against accusations that she interfered in
what was meant to be a wholly independent inquiry into the possible
fiddling of A-level exam results. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRB3UU
September 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves
Millbank TV studios in central London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION ESTELLE MORRIS LEAVES
MILLBANK TV STUDIOS IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves
Millbank TV studios in central London, September 26, 2002. Morris
defended herself on Thursday against accusations that she interfered in
what was meant to be a wholly independent inquiry into the possible
fiddling of A-level exam results. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRB3UJ
September 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves the
Millbank TV studios in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION ESTELLE MORRIS LEAVES
MILLBANK TV STUDIOS IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris leaves the
Millbank TV studios in central London, September 26, 2002. Morris
defended herself on Thursday against accusations that she interfered in
what was meant to be a wholly independent inquiry into the possible
tampering with A-level exam results. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRAPWD
September 19, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris rests her
head as she listens to the questions...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS RESTS HER HEAD AT A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris rests her
head as she listens to the questions by journalists at a news
conference in London on September 19, 2002. Morris fiercely denied on
Thursday that the government pressured exam boards to downgrade exam
results and ordered an urgent independent inquiry into claims of
marking irregularities. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA/AH
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRAPW0
September 19, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris speaks to
journalists at a news conference...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS SPEAKS AT A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris speaks to
journalists at a news conference in London, September 19, 2002. Morris
fiercely denied on Thursday that the government pressured exam boards
to downgrade exam results and ordered an urgent independent inquiry
into claims of marking irregularities. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRAPTG
September 19, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris listens
questions at a news conference in...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS LISTENS QUESTIONS AT A
NEWS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris listens
questions at a news conference in London on September 19, 2002. Morris
fiercely denied on Thursday that the government pressured exam boards
to downgrade exam results and ordered an urgent independent inquiry
into claims of marking irregularities. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA/AH
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRAPSB
September 19, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris speaks to
journalists at a news conference...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS SPEAKS AT A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris speaks to
journalists at a news conference in London, September 19, 2002. Morris
fiercely denied on Thursday that the government pressured exam boards
to downgrade exam results and ordered an urgent independent inquiry
into claims of marking irregularities. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTRAPQ5
September 19, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris speaks to
journalists at a news conference...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS SPEAKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE
IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris speaks to
journalists at a news conference in London September 19, 2002. Morris
fiercely denied on Thursday that the government pressured exam boards
to downgrade exam results and ordered an urgent independent inquiry
into claims of marking irregularities. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN EDUCATION
RTR909R
August 15, 2002
Whalley Range high school student Azmat Iqbal text messages her 'A'
level exam results to a friend in...
Manchester, UK
STUDENT AT WHALLEY RANGE HIGH SCHOOL TEXT MESSAGES HER 'A' LEVEL EXAM
RESULTS TO A FRIEND.
Whalley Range high school student Azmat Iqbal text messages her 'A'
level exam results to a friend in Manchester August 15, 2002. Whalley
Range the school, where Secretary of State for Education Estelle
Morris, was a pupil saw an 8% increase in passes at 'A' level.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/GB
BRITAIN EXAMS
RTR9035
August 15, 2002
Whalley Range high school students Hana Agil (L) hugs Sana Amin (R)
after reading their 'AS' level exam...
Manchester, UK
STUDENTS AT WHALLEY RANGE HIGH SCHOOL HUG EACH OTHER AFTER READING
THEIR 'AS' LEVEL EXAM RESULTS.
Whalley Range high school students Hana Agil (L) hugs Sana Amin (R)
after reading their 'AS' level exam results, August 15, 2002. Whalley
Range the school, where Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris
was a pupil, saw an 8% increase in passes at 'A' level and an 'AS'
increase of 10% to reach 91%. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/CLH/
MORRIS
RTXLEWC
July 15, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she arrives for a Cabinet meeting...
London, UK
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she arrives for a Cabinet meetin.....
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she arrives for a Cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, July 15, 2002. [Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown will attempt to ride to his government's rescue on Monday when he outlines his three-year spending review which will provide an extra 93 billion pounds (USD 144 billion) in public spending, with education set to receive a huge cash injection.]
ECONOMY BRITAIN SPENDING
RTR7OK7
July 15, 2002
BRITAIN'S CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER BROWN AND EDUCATION SECRETARY MORRIS
ARE INTERVIEWED BY SCHOOLCHILDREN...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER BROWN AND EDUCATION SECRETARY
MORRIS ARE INTERVIEWED BY ...
BRITAIN'S CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER BROWN AND EDUCATION SECRETARY MORRIS
ARE INTERVIEWED BY SCHOOLCHILDREN IN LONDON.

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown (C) and Secretary of
State for Education Estelle Morris (L) are interviewed by schoolchildren
(L-R) Stephanie Magowan aged 14 from Ulster, Myya Mistry aged 11 from
Manchester and Mark O'Brien aged 12 from Leeds at 11 Downing Street in
central London, July 15, 2002. The children asked the Chancellor questions
about the Government's future spending plans in advance of his three-year
spending review, to be outlined later on Monday. REUTERS/John Stillwell/POOL
ECONOMY BRITAIN SPENDING
RTR7OB0
July 15, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she
arrives for a Cabinet meeting...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION MORRIS SMILES ON ARRIVAL IN
DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she
arrives for a Cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, July
15, 2002. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown will
attempt to ride to his government's rescue on Monday when he outlines
his three-year spending review which will provide an extra 93 billion
pounds (USD 144 billion) in public spending, with education set to
receive a huge cash injection. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/ASA
ECONOMY BRITAIN SPENDING
RTR7NZ1
July 15, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she
arrives for a Cabinet meeting...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EDUCATION MORRIS SMILES ON ARRIVAL IN
DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Education Estelle Morris smiles as she
arrives for a Cabinet meeting in Downing Street in central London, July
15, 2002. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown will
attempt to ride to his government's rescue on Monday when he outlines
his three-year spending review which will provide an extra 93 billion
pounds ($144 billion) in public spending, with education set to receive
a huge cash injection. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/ASA
BRITAIN CRIME BLAIR
RTR2Q9L
March 20, 2002
Britain's Education Secretary Estelle Morris arrives at Downing Street
for a special cabinet meeting...
London, UK
EDUCATION SECRETARY ESTELLE MORRIS ARRIVES AT DOWNING STREET FOR A
SPECIAL CABINET MEETING ON CRIME....
Britain's Education Secretary Estelle Morris arrives at Downing Street
for a special cabinet meeting on crime March 20, 2002. Prime Minister
Tony Blair is chairing the first meeting of a crime-busting taskforce
aimed at reversing the rising problem of street crime. REUTERS/Ian
Waldie

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