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Saturday, September 09, 2006

Should the vicar send his kids to private school?

NO HE SHOULDN'T but he does.

He should send them to the local state school, of which he is a governor. (It's a C of E school and there is a space permanently reserved for the vicar on the board). I imagine his children's education is free as I think those fee-paying institutions offer free places to children of the clergy. I would say it was his moral duty to give his children's place at the school to a fee-paying family and to instruct the school to donate the money it had set aside for him to Oxfam.

A state education is quite good enough for the rest of us but the vicar thinks his family deserves better. He has set them apart from the society they live in to enjoy the good life of luxury and privilege.

The two-faced git.


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