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Cameron's sinister purge of the posh

Should employees be judged by their parents' income? Our Prime Minister appears to think so

4 June 2016

9:00 AM

4 June 2016

9:00 AM

Any parents considering Dollar Academy are invited to take their car along its long driveway and park outside what looks like a palace. When I first did so with my parents, I told them that it all looked ridiculously posh. My mum flew into a rage. ‘Posh’ was a word of bigotry, she said, and one I’d best not use if I was going to survive a day in boarding school.

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