Money talks

5th December 1997 at 00:00
It is not at all surprising that the withdrawal of free music lessons (Letters, November 14) has led to an increase in demand. Parents seem convinced that paying more for education is a guarantee of higher quality, in the same way that expensive smoked salmon must be better than cheap Spam.

STAN LABOVITCH

138 Vale Road Windsor, Berkshire

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