February 21, 2007

THE FIGHT TO BE SEEN AS BLAIR'S HEIR:

Cameron declares his faith in a state education for his children (Anthony Browne, Fran Yeoman, and Alex Blair, 2/21/07, Times of London)

David Cameron said yesterday that he wanted to send his daughter to a state school and, like Tony Blair before him, entered into an educational controversy. Rather than choose a grant-maintained school, as Mr Blair did, the Conservative leader is opting for a faith school. "I'm quite a fan of faith schools and we're looking at a church school we're very keen on, but we'll have to see what places are available," he told You and Yours, the BBC Radio 4 programme.

Posted by Orrin Judd at February 21, 2007 9:49 AM
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