The government, who had noticed a slowdown in the housing market, have published new school league tables to encourage middle class people to move closer to their preferred school.
Education Minister, Peter Thape has admitted that prior to the introduction of league tables, middle class children risked being educated with less affluent children.
The government strongly recommends moving to a nicer area to avoid this problem, which Thape also accepts, brings in a little extra money to the revenue through stamp duty.
‘The league tables have helped society make a clearer distinction between the poorer and the better housing areas,’ said Thape
‘Perhaps some sort of physical wall could be built around the poorer areas, just to make things absolutely crystal clear,’ added Thape.