Ex-Education Secretary in Britain in Trouble for Sending Son to Private School
She said she removed her son from a state school after professional advice recommended he be placed in a school "able to meet his particular needs".
Ms Kelly said the local authority accepted the advice, but she had not asked for any help in meeting the cost.
She said: "I, like any mother, want to do the right thing for my son."
"I appreciate that some will disagree with my decision. I understand why, but we all face difficult choices as parents." . . . . .