21st October 2005 at 01:00
We are amused by the crossword in the latest edition of the SEJ, the Educational Institute of Scotland's house magazine: 21 Down is "Simon is more perplexed like everyone at the start"(6).

Surely this is not a reference to one S Macaulay, union assistant secretary? But it might be. The linked 20 Across is: "Provides mechanism to refute theory"(8).

Devious or what? The crossword, that is.

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