Letter: In brief 4

November 16, 2001

I know headlines are tricky, I did not, however, say that the challenges for the Learning and Skills Council were "too huge" (Analysis, THES, November 9), but that it faced "two huge challenges". Both are huge, but the LSC is up to the job. In this article, it seems, two plus too equals flaw.

John Harwood
Chief executive
Learning and Skills Council

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