Army Cadet Force units ruled out at Scottish state schools

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ARMY cadet units will not be permitted to operate in state schools north of the Border, the Scottish Government has confirmed.

Ministers said there was no change to the long-standing policy in Scotland that units could not be based at council-run schools.

The intervention came after UK defence minister Sir Michael Fallon suggested he wanted more units to be allowed in Scotland during a discussion about a pilot project at Maxwelltown High School, in Dumfries.

Read the full article here.

This is an article by Andrew Denholm which appears on the Herald Scotland.

Photo: Stirling Council via Flickr

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