Sex confusion

11th April 2003 at 01:00
Staying in Brighton, a cautionary tale about technology: Ms Georgina Colchester was surprised to receive automated calls from Blatchington Mill school accusing her of allowing her daughter to skip school. Her shock was understandable: she used to be a mister and, although the operation she had does much, it cannot make her a mother. The school admits that its automated truancy alert scheme had the wrong number and has apologised.

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