Two arrested in A-level exam leak investigation

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Edexcel was forced to replace paper two days before 7,000 pupils took further maths exam Two people have been arrested as part of an investigation into an exam paper security breach that led the Edexcel board to withdraw and replace an A-level further maths paper over fears it had been leaked. Pearson, Edexcel’s parent company, was forced to replace the paper with a new version as a precaution ju
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