Friday, January 13, 2006

A long week in Politics

A week is a long time in politics. Especially this week.

This weeks unanswered question comes from Tony Blair. In response to Sir Ming's question regarding the problem of finding head teachers for schools, Tony admitted that it was difficult to find leaders for failing organisations.

I would like to know what the Government is going to do to address the problem of finding heads for all the failing schools they have been responsible for all these years.

I would also like to know why after the lessons learned from the Soham enquiry this government is unable to tell us how many sex offenders we have working in our 'failing schools' or how it is that they are working there in the first place.

I would also like to know how many other failing organisations Tony Blair is going to admit to being responsible for.

1 comment:

Stephen Glenn said...

Maybe we should rename PMQs Prime Minister's Answer because at the moment it is not breaching trades discriptions. Questions are asked, but not necessarily answered.