White-hot howler

6th October 2000 at 01:00
Our report last week from the Fusion 2000 conference inadvertently attributed a degree of generosity to the Scottish Executive which not even the most ardent spin-meisters would have dreamt up.

The suggestion that ministers ere aiming to have 7.5 computers for every primary child and five for each secondary pupil should, of course, have read one computer for 7.5 primary pupils and one for every five secondary pupils. Apologies all round.

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