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15th November, 2005 at 17:40:44 -

I loved this story.

A spelling error in last month's education white paper meant it had to be reprinted the day before publication at a cost of "just under 23,000".

Education minister Lord Adonis, who made the admission in a written reply, blamed "minor drafting errors".

A slogan was mistakenly spelt "Higer Standards, Better Schools for All".

Liberal Democrat spokesman Baroness Walmsley said this raised questions about the "standard of literacy" among some Whitehall officials.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4440930.stm



 
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15th November, 2005 at 19:20:13 -

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15th November, 2005 at 20:32:44 -

I read things like this all the time. By which I mean things that make me shake me head in disbelief.

The other day I read that a woman was arrested for inciting racial hatred or some crap, because she placed a banner outside of her house wishing british troops good luck in Iraq.
Someone complained about it, a liberian if i remember right.

 
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