Changing my mind on grammar schools
When I was 16, after having completed my GCSE examinations, myself and a few friends travelled to London for a few days of sightseeing. We visited the Palace of Westminster on our last day and out of the corner of my eye, I spotted our local MP. As any group of precocious and politically aware grammar school boys would, some of us decided to go over and greet our Member of Parliament.
At the time, our MP was Graham Brady, who had just resigned from his position as Shadow Spokesperson for Europe in light of David Cameron’s pronounced objection to any…
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