Monday, March 31, 2008

Calder's Comfort Farm: Malcolm Saville and Enid Blyton

The latest of my fortnightly columns for the New Statesman can be found on the magazine's website:
Ever since he started talking about ending selection in Northern Ireland’s schools Martin McGuinness has been popular with the British left. That’s not so surprising. It has always been more exercised by the 11 plus than terrorism.

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