The font of rebellion?

19th September 2003 at 01:00
New school year, new look TES. However, while your new typeface may add further gravitas, I would suggest that the use of "comic sans serif" would have placed you in the forefront of design fashion.

Its forerunner was described as typographical bolshevism. What better message to send to Charles Clarke?

Keith Flett 38 Mitchley Road Tottenham, London N17

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