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Practical guidance on political meetings

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Whether your school is used for political meetings or whether you choose to hold a seasonal political event for your pupils, as part of wider curriculum activity, there are certain practices that will need to be observed. This advice note sets out those good practices and will help you avoid the pitfalls often associated with these events.    

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