Academic rigour versus vocationalism

7th December 2012 at 00:00

Tom Finn-Kelcey states that "Gove is a dreamer". I would put it in a slightly different way: Gove's policies are driven by his own emotional needs. Unfortunately these are not underpinned by the kind of intellectual rigour we have a right to expect.

Bruce Heywood, Middlesex.

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