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Andrew Neil article on the bbc- 'Does a narrow social elite run the country?'

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gypsy
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Jan 26 2011 08:11
Andrew Neil article on the bbc- 'Does a narrow social elite run the country?'

Andrew Neil talking about class and power. Never liked the guy but thought it would be worth a post.-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-12282505

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Feb 7 2011 19:01

If you believe in evolution as opposed to revolution then, of course, it is extremely worrying.
Here, Stewart Lee voices his concerns on the upcoming tuition fee hike to £9000 a year. At least there's not a class war going on.
youtube.com/watch?v=JDEZ2h41t0I

gypsy
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Feb 8 2011 19:18
DeadBroke wrote:
If you believe in evolution as opposed to revolution then, of course, it is extremely worrying.
Here, Stewart Lee voices his concerns on the upcoming tuition fee hike to £9000 a year. At least there's not a class war going on.
youtube.com/watch?v=JDEZ2h41t0I

Aye I agree with you, after watching the programme Andrew Neil's conclusion was that he thought grammar schools should be brought back throughout the UK.

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Feb 9 2011 17:04

I've always quite enjoyed Chomsky's take on the role of education within our society.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xq6lFOhLJ0c