European means

March 6, 1998

Has Lord Baker spotted the hidden agenda integrating the different bits of the government's seemingly chaotic post-compulsory school policy? Noting the administrative demands of means testing 70,000 European students, he mused: "So many people will be involved that I can only assume that it is part of the government's welfare-to-work programme to reduce the number of unemployed people who can speak Greek, Portuguese and the rest."

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