GCSE English regrade results joy for 2,300 Welsh pupils

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More than 2,000 pupils across Wales have received regraded GCSE English Language exam papers.

Education Minister Leighton Andrews ordered the WJEC to re-mark the paper that they sat in the summer, saying the original marking method used put Welsh students at a disadvantage.

First Minister Carwyn Jones said "justice has been done" for students in Wales.

Education correspondent Nicola Smith reports

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