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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1233028/RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN-I-getting-old-save-Slipper-Squad.html#ixzz0YoNGHDMOWhen I read this nonsense, I assumed Colin Hayfield was a wet-behind-the-ears, Left-wing, do-gooder fresh off a sociology course at a pretend red-brick university.
Could someone please tell me what the journalist means about the paragraph I quoted from an article of the Daily Mail?
I have got the info. about red-brick university from Wikipedia, but I don't understand why the journalist especially mentioned it here. Could you please explain it for me?
Red brick university - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thank you for your help.
The journalist is suggesting that Colin Hayfield did not have a particularly good education.
Anglika, thank you very much.
Some "redbrick" universities are excellent.
True - but I am not sure that saying that is the intention of the journalist in this case.
Thank you for your comments
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