Earl Carrington on the Education Bill.
Speaking the other evening at Liscard on the Education Bill, Earl Carrington said: “In Buckinghamshire three villages, Moulsoe, Castlethorpe, and Dunton, belong to my family, and the schools have been practically built by us. I built the school at Moulsoe out of income, and was very to do what I could for the church to which I belong. But under this Bill we shall be relieved of all possible liabilities, the entire cost falling upon the public generally, yet the parson will be allowed to have complete control of the schools Is that right? Is it fair?"