Sign of the times

1st October 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Sign of the times: Parents in Ripon split over the fate of their grammar are seizing on Labour's new rules to try to abolish it. Meanwhile, Tory leader William Hague, who left Ripon Grammar for a comprehensive, talks of enabling parents to set up new grammars. News, 4 100 pages of jobs Korea FE Focus MAThs without tears. Photograph by MIKE BENSON.

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