Having recently declared that any pupils failing to obtain passes in English and mathematics will have to stay on for an extra year, the Government is now looking to enforce new rules for any students caught cheating in their exams.
In line with the latest guidelines being laid out by the Director of Public Prosecutions for benefits cheats, the Department for Education is proposing that exam cheats will also face 10 year terms.
"At this stage, it is still in discussion as we are not sure if 10 year terms are feasible" said MP David Brewster.
"We certainly can't squeeze them into the Spring term, and there are of course concerns over just how many training days the Teachers would be able to fit into such a length term"
"That all said, we believe that 10 years should at least enable the students to be able to understand grammatical and numerical basics. A further bonus would also see a reduction in the unemployment figures, so yay, kudos to us"