Age shall not weary them

15th December 2006 at 00:00
The new anti-age discrimination legislation seems to be catching on. We hear from a member of the education directorate of a colleague who received a call from a primary head, asking if he could stay on after 65. "What advice did you give him?" he asked his colleague. "I referred him to psychiatric services," he replied.

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