GORDON WALKER'S removal from the Department of Education and Science is sad but inevitable. Perhaps the greyest, certainly the most accident‐prone of this administration's executives, he will not be missed. His appointment showed the brittleness of the Government's commitment to education and his ruthless elimination confirmed it. Much of his apparent ineptitude was the fault of financial factors beyond his control, and many avoidable blunders were made on faulty advice. All we can do is to wish him a long and happy retirement.
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