It would be "wrong" for Labour to undo the coalition's A-level reforms, the Education Secretary told Good Morning Britain.
Nicky Morgan MP, speaking on A-level results day, said: "schools and colleges are already preparing for these changes and so we should let them get on with that.
"It's wrong to put those changes at further risk and to create further uncertainty."
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