Chris-cross quiz;Diary

12th February 1999 at 00:00
If HMCI still feels low (and what could be more embarrassing than being compared to Glenn Hoddle in the foot-in-mouth stakes?) he may be encouraged to learn that at least some people recognise his divine status.

The Muslim Education Co-ordination Council announces a conference on parental choice. In a letter it explains it will raise many important issues, and give a chance to celebrate the recent success of Muslim schools.

The keynote speaker the council is so pleased to have secured? One "Mr Christ Woodhead".

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