TO Berwick-upon-Tweed, through which I have often passed but in which I have rarely lingered.
MICHAEL Gove has been accused of trying to impose his Scottish private school values on England's state schools as the row over his planned axing of a Labour peer to head the schools inspectorate south of the Border intensified.
There are those who like to say that too much of Scotland's independence argument rests on events in the dim, distant past.
The centenary commemorations of the outbreak of the First World War have made an ominous start.
I attended what could be called a grammar/select school, where we studied Tennyson, Chaucer, Milton,Shakespeare, and I loved them all.