School scoop

26th May 2000 at 01:00
(Photograph) - A highly complimentary Office for Standards in Education report on Kensington and Chelsea education authority prompted local MP Michael Portillo to invite the media to Bousfield primary to celebrate - with ice creams all round. But Graham Lane, Labour education cair of the Local Government Association, was less than impressed by the event. "MPs have very little to do with the administration of a local authority. Some people will do anything to get their faces in the paper," he said. Story, page 11. Photograph by NEIL TURNER

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