William Stubbs

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English historian noted for his constitutional history of medieval England (1825-1901)


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A DfES spokesman said: 'There have been a number of private meetings that Sir William Stubbs has attended at the department and we don't intend to give a running commentary on those meetings.
THE exam watchdog's sacked chairman Sir William Stubbs yesterday stepped up his attacks on education ministers.
And the exams watchdog Sir William Stubbs was sacked despite being cleared of pressuring exam boards into fixing the number of passes.
Readers should not expect the document-laden constitutional history of the type pioneered by William Stubbs so long ago.
Ms Morris resigned in October last year, following claims of 'gradefixing' and a bitter public row with Sir William Stubbs, former chairman of the Qualification and Curriculum Authority (QCA).
Secretary of State for Education and Skills Estelle Morris responded by sacking the head of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, Sir William Stubbs.
The row led to the sacking of Qualifications and Curriculum Authority chairman Sir William Stubbs by Education Secretary Estelle Morris.
Sir William Stubbs, the former chief of exam watchdog the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, claimed yesterday that the number of people whose final grades would change was only going to be about 1,200, a figure in line with previous years.
He also said that the actions of Sir William Stubbs, the chairman of exams watchdog the QCA, were based on the ``wholly proper and necessary concerns of the regulator''.
THE daughter of axed exams chief Sir William Stubbs said yesterday she "would not rest" until Education Secretary Estelle Morris is sacked.
He also said the actions of Sir William Stubbs, chairman of the exams watchdog, the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), were based on the ``wholly proper and necessary concerns of the regulator.
And for the head of the Government's testing watchdog, Sir William Stubbs, to say there may have been ``something untoward'' in the marking hardly inspires confidence.
The eminent nineteenth-century historian William Stubbs was talking about parish records, but his words could apply equally to the extraordinary collection of everyday objects collected by Robert Opie over thirty years, a collection now very much in danger of being lost to History.
Lady Stubbs gets her title from her husband - English curriculum boss Sir William Stubbs, who was also born in Glasgow.
Henry Bradshaw has left us a vivid personal account of how, one afternoon in 1876, during his travels to examine Celtic manuscripts of the early Middle Ages, William Stubbs -- who seems first to have appreciated its interest(1) -- had produced this ninth-century codex for him to examine.