Heads' leader acts like royalty

16th July 2004 at 01:00
David Hart, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, revealed in the Independent that while he carried many things in his wallet - his BA executive club card and his London club card among them - he never kept money in there. Does he, therefore, like a monarch, leave the carrying of money to lackeys?

"Sadly not, but I live in hope," Hart told the Diary. "I always carry money in my back pocket, buttoned up, because it's more secure there. Nobody will be able to touch my bottom without me knowing about it."

We'll call it the Hart Challenge.

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