Conservative Heartland Reviews
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by - written on 24/08/00, updated on 24/08/00 (Useful, 52 readings)
An insight into the Tory mind is given by reading this organ. The front cover refers to EDUCATION, one of the vote-winning areas for the Tories! Inside you can read about Tory plans to cut bullying and bureaucracy in our schools (changed days from when Maggie Thatcher was closing grammar schools). An article by the Shadow Secretary of State for Education actually sounds radical and sensible and makes Labour policies sound conservative and out of date! The back cover of the magazine is an advert appealing to the sort of people who charter quite large yachts. So, is the Tory Party still the party of the very rich? Page nine has an advert for Stringfellows and refers to 100 Read the complete review
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