Heads attack Blair on his home turf

19th May 2000 at 01:00
HEADS of five secondaries in Tony Blair's Sedgefield constituency signed a letter to the Prime Minister complaining about the crumbling state of their countys schools. The letter was signed by all 36 members of the Durham Association of Secondary Headteachers, who say they need pound;82 million for repairs.

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