https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-49347539 "Details of A-level grade boundaries for all papers set by two exam boards have been leaked on social media a day before the results are published. The documents reveal that A-level maths candidates needed little more than half marks to get a grade A in papers set by both Pearson/Edexcel and OCR." It's virtually impossible to fail now, ain't it? No doubt as soon as the results are announced, we'll have the education secretary telling us how much education has improved since schools became academies and citing the results as proof. What's the betting they use similar tactics to prove how great a success Brexit was?