Pro-grammar conspiracy?

29th September 2000 at 01:00
CONSPIRACY theorists believe the party machinery has sent those with socialist tendencies (in other words, those who oppose grammar schools) astray - literally.

The venues for two fringe meetings, both featuring that left-wing extremist, Roy Hattersley, were wrongly identified in the location map on the bac of the conference's listings programme.

The venue for a meeting organised by the Campaign for State Education was placed a block awry. And a church hosting one on comprehensive education, organised by the Socialist Educational Association, was mysteriously placed on North Street, not North Road.

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