Amoral complicity;Letter

26th February 1999 at 00:00
Although not a prig I do believe Chris Woodhead should do the honourable thing and resign after his recent comments.

If society allows Mr Woodhead to remain in his current position of responsibility, it seems we are all guilty of at the very least double standards, but more importantly, complicity in the sensitive area of our children's' moral education.

A Scott

11 Sovereign Close

Hastings, E Sussex

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