Another Nick Ferrari interview, another Labour competence scalp, with Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner launching a policy to clamp down on school class sizes without doing her sums.
Rayner could only say “quite a substantial amount” of pupils are in supersized classes and that she wasn’t “going to pluck a number out of thin air”. Presumably because there was there wasn’t one in her head to pluck.
This came on the same day that Labour’s Barry Gardiner called the BBC ‘Fake News’ because one of their reporters is related to a Tory MP.
Maybe Theresa May should get on and invite Ferrari into the Cabinet?