A spell of correction

4th May 2001 at 01:00
The Daily Express

Teachers are up in arms at this infringement of their liberty, accusing him of "control-freakery". Their choice of such an inelegant term shows how wise he is to try to improve spelling and expan vocabulary. Now perhaps he'll get to work on punctuation... Never again do I wish to see "pair of shoe's "juicy orange's" or "Charle's Prince of Wale's".

Vanessa Feltz on David Blunkett's spelling list

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