Catherine Loyd argues the Labour Party’s abolish Eton campaign against private education is misguided radicalism that won’t address genuine issue.
I sit, brooding, by the steps outside the Pop room [prefects’ common room]. I hear laughing and shouting inside, and the inevitable feeling of resentment rises. I know I’m not as handsome or as good at sports as the others… but I’m really bloody clever. Well, it’s not exactly always reflected in my results – […]