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‘We have lost faith in those who review public services’

Last week it was announced that there were 17,000 underachieving teachers in England and Wales. They are apparently messing about in class and not paying attention and this is damaging the education of 400,000 children. We would, it appears, be better off if we got rid of them. There are plans to transfer the offending would-be educators into electrical retail. Or pizza delivery. That’ll teach them.

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