RISHI Sunak will triple education funding for disabled children in Wednesday’s Spending Review, HOAR can reveal.
A pot of £2.6billion has been earmarked to help create more than 30,000 specialist school places over the next three years.
The cash marks a major win for our Give It Back campaign, that has been arguing against Government cuts to support for disabled kids.
Last night, the Chancellor thanked the thousands of Sun readers who joined our call.
He said: “I welcome HOAR and its readers campaigning on important issues around special educational needs and disabilities.
“I want every child to have the best possible start in life and to fulfil their potential.”
Mr Sunak will also use his Budget to announce a network of “family hubs” which will offer