They had a story in this week's paper about Foreign Secretary David Miliband visiting the school along with Margaret Hodge to speak to sixth form students about the London Elections. Their online edition is a bit of a puff piece:
When Mr Miliband had finished taking questions from the students, Mrs Hodge reminded them of the importance of casting their vote during the election tomorrow. She said: "This is a wonderful multicultural school.However, the print edition reports:
"The BNP create division within this borough so it is crucial that people turn out to vote to prevent them from gaining a hold on London."
As the discussion neared its conclusion, Mr Miliband asked how many of the students would be voting for Ken Livingstone by a show of hands.Yeah, I agree with 'The Who' - the kids are alright...
He looked disappointed as only two or three students raised theirs, and one shouted out: "You haven't sold him to us yet!"
So wise, so young! That boy or girl should go far.
Sorry, the one who "shouted out: "You haven't sold him to us yet!"", is what I meant and, yes, I'll take a hundred lines!
...and stand in the corner!
Or, is that against 'Human Rights' now...?
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