Labour's most successful prime minister ever Tony Blair and his education advisor, Andrew Adonis, masterminded the wildly successful academies program, bringing in the Learning and Skills Act in 2000 . This massively boosted struggling schools in deprived inner-city areas and changed the lives of tens of thousands of little ones. However, a deep investigation into Labour's current education plans has produced some worrying findings: https://www.tes.com/news/exclusive-labours-plan-make-academies-la-schools Once it was clear what she planning, Rebecca Long-Bailey finally confessed to the media that she did indeed intend to examine education policy to find out “how quickly we can bring academies into local authority control”. Although RLB acknowledged "that we have brilliant academy schools", she appears to want to reverse TB and Labour's best ever policy for the sake of change, to wipe away TB's legacy and to make her mark, something her mentor Corbyn desperately wanted to do as well., before he was forced to resign after Labour's biggest ever loss at a General Election. Although this would cause an extraordinary amount of disruption, RLB confessed she wanted to be ready to press ahead as soon as Labour gets into power in nine and a half years time. Absolutely shocking! Surely change should be for sound educational reasons based on science. She must be forced to publish the science that proves her fanciful ideas are correct.