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Would you, could you?

Sequin | 12:13 UK time, Monday, 2 November 2009

Lie, that is.
To get your child into a good school.
The schools adjudicator in England is expected to call for tougher measures to punish parents who cheat and lie to get their children into good schools. At the moment, the only punishment for trying to beat the system is to have the disputed school place taken away. The chief adjudicator's publishing a report in which he examines the measures some parents use to get their children into their favoured school.

Are you prepared to tell us whether or not you've lied in similar circumstances? Or been "economical with the actualite"?

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