The Tory candidate for London mayor, Shaun Bailey, *may* have lost a few votes this week.
Bailey hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons after Labour unearthed an interview from 2007 in The Times in which he said the following: “When I was a kid, there was none of that PC nonsense. If you were wrong, they told you so. The teachers were men, then.
“Our teachers were men, and we looked up to them. It was not a democracy. In today’s drive for children’s rights, we’ve forgotten to give them responsibility.”
Now, let’s pause for thought…
Secondary teacher Anjum Peerbacos put down in words ...
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