Follow my former leader

December 17, 2004

How do you ensure that Education Secretary Charles Clarke turns up to your function and does what he's told? The British Council had the answer last week. The council invited its new chairman Neil Kinnock - Mr Clarke's old boss - to open its "Going Global" education conference, with the rotund minister taking the stage after him as his glamorous assistant.

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