The product of prudence

20th August 2004 at 01:00
Conor Ryan moans that reforms in Welsh education favour "producer interests". You can tell he used to be a New Labour adviser. What this actually means is that the Welsh Assembly has decided it might be prudent to listen to teachers for a change.

Keith Flett

38 Mitchley Road

Tottenham, London N17

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