Monthly Archives: December 2011

Britain’s corrupt examinations system

The Telegraph describes the history and corruption of Britain’s examinations system:  Exam boards: how system became international money-spinner.  The examinations system has evolved over the last hundred years or so from a cottage industry into a multi-million pound international business. … Continue reading

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Gold plated

So the unions’ day of action was a damp squib, out of touch with modern times. Why did journalists start reporting “gold-plated” pensions for public sector workers?  Is it because the editors and syndicated columnists invested in houses that “can … Continue reading

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