Byline: A.N. WILSON
BEHIND the row over sex offenders in schools is the much bigger dispute about the education reforms.
Last night, Neil Kinnock, flanked by former No 10 aide Fiona Millar, led the attack against them.
Rising to the nation's nostrils will come the stench of old Labour's most repellent corpse beneath the floorboards - namely the party's ruination of a workable, though harsh educational system in the Sixties.
The Labour Party is hellishly in denial about its greatest single failure, its embrace of a whole package of poor educational ideas that took a grip of teacher-training establishments 30 and 40 years ago. The result has been the precise opposite of what any decent socialist would have …