Our education system must do more to bring together those of different backgrounds to improve social mobility
Part of the addictive charm of ITV2’s Love Island was the opportunity it gave us to test the relationship adage “opposites attract”. The reality television show flung together a group of twentysomething singletons in a luxury villa under constant surveillance, with little in common save their desire to become stars.
Some of the unlikely pairings that transpired – a socialite charity worker and a Calvin Klein model; a farm dweller and a former motorsport grid girl – suggest there…
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