Blair snob hunt

24th November 2000 at 00:00
WILL Self, the novelist and Independent columnist, reflected the angst of parents seeking London secondary schools. In a muse for Radio 4's Today programme, he contemplated sending any son of his to rub shoulers with the Blair children at the London Oratory. Self - educated at Oxford University and the private University College school in Hampstead - then decided that kind of snobbery was not for him.

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