Two-thirds of English schools found to have 'poor' fire protections

  The Guardian 

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Insurer Zurich Municipal calls for government to change law to make sprinklers mandatory Two-thirds of schools in England have poor fire protection systems and are not properly prepared for a potential blaze, according to an education insurer. Zurich Municipal, which insures about half of all schools and universities in the UK, has written to the government calling for urgent action to improve fir
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