Adonis sought

2nd June 2000 at 01:00
SCRATCHED heads at TEN, The Education Network, as a phone call comes in for Andrew Adonis.

Andrew, former journalist, Liberal and now education adviser to Mr Tony, is not likely to be found working for anything as Old abour as an information service for (ugh!) local authorities, even one as respected as this.

"But I was told he worked for TEN," said the caller plaintively. Well, he does. Just a rather different Number 10.

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