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Headteachers lead protests over education cuts

Dozens of schools in Sussex have been staging demonstrations today against cuts in government funding.

Campaigners joined teachers to unfurl banners, detailing the money they say they'll lose under a new system of school budgets.

In Brighton and Hove, each school could be almost £200,000 worse off, that's nearly £200 per pupil.

The group Save Our Schools claims there'll be bigger classes and fewer staff.

But the government says it's putting record amounts of cash into education, as Malcolm Shaw reports.