With this behaviour clause, I thee wed

29th July 2005 at 01:00
Ed Davey, Lib Dem education spokesman and Harry Enfield lookalike, is getting married in Dorset tomorrow. His bride is Emily Gasson, a housing lawyer specialising in anti-social behaviour. So the couple have a shared interest.

Amid wedding preparations, Mr Davey has been recommending that schools adopt the Hogwarts house system to improve discipline and commenting on the "alarming" number of attacks on teachers by pupils (see story p2).

His behaviour with his bride is above reproach. Well, "She hasn't asked me to sign an acceptable behaviour contract," says Ed.

There's still time, Emily.

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