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Friday, November 19, 2004

A Prince speaks

Prince Charles says that the schools system offers pupils too much aspiration and refuses to admit failures. He stated that our learning culture leads young people to believe that they can succeed at anything without talent or hard work. I think that is called the hereditary principle. After all it is not as if members of the royal family get any special privileges in the education system is it? Perhaps now that fox-hunting has been banned the good Prince will stick to his promise and emigrate to Klosters.

Talking of fox-hunting Martyn Shrewsbury provides the definitive line for those stuck in an elevator with members of the Countryside Alliance.

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