Why being told off by a government boss is a badge of honour for Tim Farron

“As our MP, it has been my honour, pride and joy to serve you, fight for you and get things done”: Liberal Democrat MP Tim Farron giving his closing speech at an election hustings and explains why it is a bad of honour to have had a senior civil servant tell him off:

Sign up to get the latest news and analysis

"*" indicates required fields

What would you like to receive?*
If you submit this form, your data will be used in line with the privacy policy here to update you on the topic(s) selected. This may including using this data to contact you via a variety of digital channels.
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

One response to “Why being told off by a government boss is a badge of honour for Tim Farron”

  1. From my blog in 2013
    Posted on August 14, 2013
    So now I know I am officially a scaremonger. A DfE spokesperson, helpfully anonymous, is quoted by the Daily Mail today as saying of my delving into the current teacher training position that there was no teacher shortage, adding: ‘This is scaremongering and based on incomplete evidence.’

    Well the first thing to note is that I haven’t said that there is a teacher shortage, just that training places are not being filled: not the same thing. http://www.johnohowson.wordpress.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

All comments and data you submit with them will be handled in line with the privacy and moderation policies.