The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has said he’s “incredibly sorry”. But despite the distress caused by the exam chaos – he’s refused to say if he’ll resign from his job.
The debacle over the way England’s A-Level grades were awarded – and the government’s sudden U-turn yesterday amid a growing outcry – has left thousands of students scrambling to find university places.
Pupils in Wales and Northern Ireland are facing a similar situation too.
Unions are demanding an independent review into what they’re calling a “fiasco”.