The guitarist, 51, said he was "yet to hear proper justification" for Trafford Council's decision, which affects his teenage niece Jodie. The staff at Brentwood are amazing and I think all people who work so tirelessly with disabled children have the admiration and respect from everyone. His niece is one of 16 disabled youngsters to have their place on a free school bus axed by Trafford Council. Brentwood caters for children with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties along with pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Families of sixth formers at the school were told they would have to apply for escorted transport in May.
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These are external links and will open in a new window. An MP has called for a council leader to resign over failings that led to the murders of two young children. Reviews found Northamptonshire County Council missed chances to protect the two-year-old boy and one-year-old girl. Speaking in parliament, Kettering MP Philip Hollobone said "the buck must stop" with Matt Golby, who had been in charge of children's services.