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Walls have ears

Discussion in 'English' started by amylong, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. amylong

    amylong New commenter

    How about posting the link to it? Could have a look then.
  2. Clive_Candy

    Clive_Candy Occasional commenter

    I think the Sunday Times' firewall would prevent me posting a link to the article online but it was Jenni Russell who was 'begging Mr Gove to bring back thinking'. The article referred to a thread on this site and, while I happen to agree with much that she said, I felt she unfairly took the comments in that thread out of their context.
  3. Clive_Candy

    Clive_Candy Occasional commenter

    I think I meant to say "paywall" if that's the word.
  4. Sunday Times will not let me read it without paying £2 a week. Psht! A search reveals that she mentioned a thread on here asking for help with a CA about Romeo and Mercutio and says that education is too focused on exam passes than an actual education, though I can't get any more.
  5. thequillguy

    thequillguy New commenter

    Truth is that even the broadsheets can refer to 'sources', and that the few words read in the headline will have their intended effect: sell more papers. For a while, anyway: google Epic 2014.

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