Dead reckoning

23rd October 1998 at 01:00
Great press releases of our time No 1: "When Bill Clinton visited Boston, Massachusetts, raising funds for the American election, he probably did not realise that he was not the only president in Boston that week. The president of Tameside Teachers' Association, Kath Nickson . . . spent the last week in the city . . ."

And No 2: "For too long the nation's burial grounds have been an untapped education resource with the potential to teach . . . valuable lessons. But this is now set to change."

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