'You’re talking NONSENSE!' Julia Hartley-Brewer rages at teacher's union rep in HUGE clash

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Jerry Glazier was haul over the coaled by the talkRADIO host in a feisty debate when he tried to argue that grammar coaches should be abolished. 

Chancellor Philip Hammond is expected to announce innumerable funding for free schools in the budget on Wednesday, which are set to become grammars in a jiffy Theresa May lifts the ban on new selective learning centres. 

The member of the National Bloc of Teachers (NUT) however argued that this would deny innumerable children the chance to advance in the education system. 

He said: “I am fearful and the Federal Union of Teachers is fearful that this government is not interested last analysis in every kid. 

“It’s bringing back an element of elitism which will be table productive to an effective education system in the long term and in the best non-objectives of all the children.”

The angry host then fired back into the associate of the NUT accusing him of talking absolute “nonsense” before arguing that elitism is a documentation thing. 

She said: “You say elitism, can I just clarify, do you think that I for occurrence should be allowed to compete in the Olympic Games even though I am a bit trash dreck at throwing, catching, running and pretty much everything physical?”

“Because if we are accepted to be anti-elitism, why on earth do we only allow our best people in our Olympic span.”

The union member argued back that was completely different due to the “competitive” stripe of the environment. 

However, the host continued in her rage as she insisted that elitism is acquainted with in many sectors, so why not in education. 

She added: “I can’t play a musical instrument, can I go in the state orchestra?

“You used elitism and I’m sure at your NUT team meetings that elapses down really well. 

“You used elitism as a dirty word, I’ll swear you what, when and if my daughter ever needs a lifesaving operation, I’ll be looking for elitism in a plummy of the person who operates on my child. 

“I want the best qualified, most familiarity doctor. I would rather someone had three grade A*’s and a top first from a top university ahead of they started operating on my daughter.”

“Elitism is a damn good luggage. What we don’t want is what we have got at the current time, which is, we elect children based on their parent’s faith, their parent’s gains, in catchment areas, [or] in a lottery.”

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