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Intelligence Squared debate: All schools, state as well as private, should be allowed to select their own pupils

Intelligence Squared debate: All schools, state as well as private, should be allowed to select their own pupils
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Just a reminder that the latest Spectator/Intelligence Squared debate - "All schools, state as well as private should be allowed to select their own pupils" - begins at 18:45 tonight.

The speakers for the motion are Professor Chris Woodhead, the former Chief Inspector of Schools; Martin Stephen, High Master of St Paul's School; and the Rt Hon Lord Tebbit. 

Whilst those against it include the renowned journalist Fiona Millar; William Atkinson, the Headteacher of Phoenix High School; and the Rt Hon David Blunkett MP

The debate will be chaired by the broadcaster Joan Bakewell. 

Spectator.co.uk visitors will be able to listen to live audio of the event.