Inspectors target Catholic weapons

28th March 2003 at 00:00
YOUR correspondent wonders if university entrance depends on whether an applicant's school has weapons of mass instruction (TES, March 14).

Roman Catholic schools specialise in mass instruction; does this give them an advantage or disadvantage and are others left without a prayer? Have inspectors yet found and destroyed anybody's weapons of mass instruction? It's a tough world.

A J Colbert 25 Leigh Road, Walsall

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