Grammar Critic in Labour PPB Went to £18,000-a-Year School

Labour’s new party political broadcast features a segment on how grammar schools are “elitist“. The Corbynista voicing his opposition to selective education is Abhijay Sood, an Imperial College student who is mates with the Momentum crowd. Naturally Abhijay attended the prestigious £18,000-a-year academically selective John Lyon school. So he’ll fit in well with his fellow selective education opponents at Momentum, James Schneider (Winchester) and Jon Lansman (Highgate). Not to mention the grammar school boys of the shadow cabinetAs the PPB asks, “what’s that if it’s not elitist?”

UPDATE: Abhijay justifies himself with a response on the facebook.com/fawkespage




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