February 3rd, 2014

Quote of the Day

Michael Gove points out:

“So we have a situation where Labour would make it illegal for state schools to hire the people who taught Tristram Hunt history. And Ed Balls’ father – a brilliant scientist who taught at Eton for a term – would be banned from state schools.”


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  1. 1

    “And Ed Balls’ father – a brilliant scientist who taught at Eton for a term…”
    Intelligence often skips a generation.

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      broderick crawford says:

      Yeah but remember .. Eddie did contribute for many years to the FT LEX column …. no lightweight organ.

      Then he must have had the cerebral lobotomy just before becoming a Labour apparatchik .

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  2. 2

    But of course. Classic ladder-lifting behaviour by Socialists made good.

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  3. 3
    James Naughty says:

    Tristram’s such a hunt.

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