18th May 2001 at 01:00
Nobody else was going to do it. So, in the interests of democracy, the diary will be taking a tour of the education manifestos of some of the smaller players in the general election. This week, the Battle of Britain Christian Alliance leader Rev David Oswald Braid, HGV driver and bishop of an independent pentecostal church in Africa.

His party is planning to contest seats in Ormskirk, Preston and St Helens."When I as in the military every three months we had to watch these films that showed the results of going to dirty houses and unclean women. I think every boy should be shown these films at school to stop the sexual predators luring them into sodomy and to stop the communists."

Next week: Captain Beany, leader of the New Millennium Bean Party, Aberavon, shares his ideas on relieving exam stress among children.

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