Friday, September 08, 2006

Tony Blair at Quintin Kynaston School

An anonymous commenter suggests I was wrong to accept Lenin's account of Tony Blair's visit to the school yesterday.

But Vladimir Ilyich gets limited support from Simon Hoggart in this morning's Guardian:
A deputy head wandered about, trying to persuade the children to go home. He had a walkie-talkie and a badge. In my day deputy heads had pipes and leather patches on their elbows. This guy looked like a bouncer.
Later. Iain Dale has an interesting post on the subject.

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