Nick Clegg says student fees are great if he’s getting his kids the best money can buy
Nick Clegg is not a wealthy, slimy, cowardly, hypocritical, spineless swine who poses with this family on stage for votes and then hides behind them at the first sign of trouble. He is a modern man who listens to his kids and respects the wishes of his wife. Waddaguy!
Says top family man Nick Clegg:
“If we can and it works out to send him to a good state school we would do so. But like all parents living in London, there’s huge competition for places and we don’t yet know where and exactly at what school. I never have sought to impose a decision on my wife as well as my son for political reasons. They are educated at the moment in the state sector, both our oldest, and I will let you know as soon as a decision has been arrived at.”
Hey, Antonio, If you want to make your dad look like a “Do as I say, not as I do…” kinda **** go to Westminster (annual fee: £21,000 plus extras). It never did him any harm. Dad became deputy Prime Minister.
“I’ve said it before it’s not about whether it’s private or public, in that sense you’re quite right it can be either, I just want the best for my child and that’s exactly what I think most people listening to this programme want for their children as well.”
Meanwhile, Nick says student fees are unacceptable for your kids. Paying for education, creating a two-tier approach, is just wrong, says Nick…