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Public Address 04/07/07 - Something For The Kids

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/07/07 - Something for the kids

Taking the rise | Jul 04, 2007 07:30
Russell Brown's Hard News

Having noted Fairfax's foray into political blogging, we should turn to the Herald's effort. Audrey Young's political blog doesn't look as bloggy as Colin Espiner's - no links and, as yet, no comments - but it does nicely clear up something that's been bugging me since the weekend...,

Something for the kids | Jul 03, 2007 17:57
David Slack on his own account

I imagine the Government would have liked to make this pre-school education deal a lot more straightforward. Given enough money, you could set up a string of centres across the country, put the staff in and let them rip. Free pre-school education for all! No negotiations with providers, no ducking...,


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