A council in North Wales is proposing to withdraw free home-to-school transport from pupils who go to faith schools, but whose admission is NOT based on religious grounds.
The plans, which Flinthshire Council says will produce a fair transport policy are out for consultation but could go ahead in September next year. But, as Ian Lang reports, some say it's discrimination.
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