Children suffer while Blair ponders legacy

It is that time of the year again. The clocks go back and the government unveils yet another education white paper. Until Tony Blair shuffles off his political coil, politics will be all about one scenario. On the one hand an out-of-touch prime minister gibbers relentlessly about his legacy, while on the other members of his government try to limit the fallout before the new regime takes over.

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