GOVE BROUGHT IN LAW TO BAN TEACHERS FOR LIFE FOR COCAINE USE


The hypocrisy charge is already hitting Gove over writing an article for The Timesarguing against the hypocrisy of journalists using cocaine and arguing for drug liberalisation. The hypocrisy charge will be turbo-charged when it hits the headlines tomorrow that when he was Secretary of State for Education he brought in legislation that bans teachers for life from teaching if they were convicted of cocaine possession. 

Awkward doesn’t cover it…

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