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February 4, 2000

Last week in The THES...

Warwick academic Ken Robinson asked why the government had not publicised his report on improving creative and cultural education.

I wholeheartedly agree with Ken Robinson's views on the government's stance on creativity.

Only the other week I was asking myself and others the same question at the Academy of Marketing Special Interest Group at Robert Gordon University.

On reflection methinks that Tony et al have used up their publicity to shore up the holes appearing in the oh so creative Millennium Dome.

Ian Fillis

ACIM lecturer in


University of Stirling

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