News arrives of Daily Mirror deputy news editor Anthony Harwood, whose car broke down in Lady Somerset Road. He called out the AA and was waiting patiently when there came a knock on the window.
"Excuse me, sir," said a tramp, politely. "I think you'll know better what to do with this than me," and handed over an object: Woodhead's pass to OFSTED Towers, complete with photograph and a stern warning on the back: "It is illegal to hand this on."
Obedient as ever, the Mirror popped the pass in an envelope and sent it back to the chief inspector, with a brief note to put his mind at ease: "Don't worry, Chris. We weren't following you."