The story was indeed the one Messianic Trees says:http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2012 ... on-advised
Typically, the Guardian bungled a bit of it and they've clarified.
This article was amended on 27 January 2012. The original may have implied that the Community Security Trust retained cash or employed school security guards.
That wasn't too important though. The point, as Malcolm says, the cavalier approach to doing anything properly.
Young as always tries to be clever:
The CST doesn't itself receive any donations; rather, it distributes the money it receives to various security companies, none of which Michael Gove is on the board of.
No-one said Gove was getting money out of it. Good cause indeed. No doubt there were other good causes competing with it. That's why someone else takes the decision.
their knee-jerk opposition to public service reform and their willingness to regurgitate anti-Semitic propaganda.
Despite the fact no-one did that.
And they aren't relying on David Miller. This is in the public domain:
Faith schools make a fantastic contribution to our education system and none more so than Jewish faith schools, which teach children the importance of ethos, values and a belief in social justice.
Children and staff at these schools should feel safe at school and able to learn in an environment free from any anti-semitic or racist threats. That is why I have secured funding of up to £2 million for 2010-11 to be made to the 39 schools via the Community Security Trust.