Wednesday, November 23, 2005

What Labour Think Of The British Working Class

Barry Sheerman MP, Chair of the Commons Education Committee, questioning Tony Blair yesterday.

"There's no history of involvement in education in working class homes".

Not after 1970, perhaps - which seems to be as far as Mr Sheerman's memory stretches. I wonder how many poor parents since then have despaired of the school their bright child is stuck in. How patronising and ignorant can you get. Cretin.

2 comments:

The Pedant-General in Ordinary said...

... And the w*nker has the temerity to have the tag-line "social entrepeneur" at the top of his website.

Why is it that the Labour Party seems to be the biggest obstacle to the breakdown of class barriers - AND STILL manage to blame it on everyone else?

Grrrrrr!!!

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