The first in what will be a long-running series on why the Labour Party should elect anyone other than Ed Balls.
1.Does Britain really need three public-school party leaders?
There is no area of life in which English hypocrisy is on more gorgeous display than in education. The combination of an egalitarian state system and a selective private system is a rich parent’s dream. If his children are bright he can pay for them to go private. If they are dim, he can still use his money to secure advantage by paying to move into the catchment area of a good comprehensive.
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