Harriet Harman

22nd April 2005 at 01:00
In last week's TES (page 2 and page 6) we incorrectly reported that Harriet Harman, Labour's Solicitor General, had told BBC's Daily Politics programme that "a good local school... (is) not a practical reality".

In fact what Ms Harman said was "...the choice that most parents want is the choice of a good local school and obviously if they want to go somewhere different they should be enabled to do that.

"For a lot of people that's not a practical reality."

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