Storm in a teacup

28th May 2004 at 01:00
Rumours abounded in Wales over the delay in the publication of the Daugherty report, recommending the abolition of key stage 2 and 3 tests.

The National Union of Teachers Cymru was convinced that people in Westminster had been attempting to spike it. But chairman Richard Daugherty claims a heavy blizzard stopped him getting to a crucial meeting. The report came out last week. Cock up theorists 1 - Conspiracy theorists 0.

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