July 16th, 2014

Quote of the Day


3 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    Oh yawn. Gove got as far as he could, typified by the fact that he’s spent most of the year starting fights with other members of his own government.

    The reforms are in place – it’s quite logical to replace the aggressive developer of thos policies with a more emolliant implementer. More flies are caught with honey and opposition to Gove as a person was clearly getting in the way.

    Cummings is a decent bloek, but he’s monomaniacal to the extent that if you read some of his writings, he implies that most of government should have taken a back seat to Gove.

  2. 2

    They are all lying, cheating gits that are only trying to advance their own agenda

  3. 3

    I don’t think that that is fair to Gove. He may have upset the people who really have fucked up the State system of education but I’m told that he has made a proper change for the better. I would be interested to know how much the “Trojan Horse” home team wanted rid of him so that the process can keep running.


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