Admit your paternity

March 11, 2005

MPs have condemned the UK e-University as a "disgraceful waste" of public funds and found that Sir Alan Wilson "cannot escape criticism" (News, March 4). Fair enough. But what about the ministers responsible? Isn't this one case where David Blunkett's paternity claim should be acknowledged?

Anthony Haynes

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