Bizarre story in the Guardian â€“ apparently:
Stowe school chef tells court she saw kitchen porter poisoning soup
Drama lives on in those green and pleasant lands.
Incidentally, inflation seems to have hit my alma mater hard – full fees when I was there (and I was on a scholarship when I was there, I hasten to add) were closer to Â£12,000 a year. Even with compounded interest rates at 4% over the 13 years since I left the fees should be closer to Â£20,000 a year than Â£27,000. Accurate inflation calculation puts the figure at closer to Â£16,000. How come public school education is racing ahead of inflation?