Actually, it's three brains

June 10, 2010

I never thought I would find myself contradicting both Dr Loab and The Poppletonian ( May), but David Willetts appears to have not one, not two, but a trio of brains. The first appears to have been used in 1996 when he "misled" Parliament. The second was employed a few years later to overclaim his expenses. It is presumably the third organ that has been used to announce the cuts in university places.

Neal Garnham, Senior lecturer in history, University of Ulster.

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