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18th August 2000 at 01:00
NO news as the Diary goes to press about how Laura Spence did in her A-levels, but for any working-class kids worried about getting into Oxbridge, help is at hand.

Anyone concerned by their results can contact educaional consultants Gabbitas who are offering their advisory services face-to-face, or by phone, post, fax or even e-mail.

A snip at just pound;145 an hour. Parents, start putting aside your child benefit now...

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