Government's toxic approach to education is beyond satire

John Freeman
Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Every now and then, I think about writing a satirical column on education, but before I get round to it, the world has proved that my most extreme ideas are too tame.

Families are facing a 12 per cent cut in the value of their benefits, pushing even more children into poverty. Picture: Shutterstock
Families are facing a 12 per cent cut in the value of their benefits, pushing even more children into poverty. Picture: Shutterstock

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