The Brexit Party leader told supporters at a rally: “I was taught at sixth form ‘here is a problem, here are two solutions, you decide what you think the answer is’ – it is called critical thinking.
“That is what young people should be taught – taught to think for themselves, to make their own minds up.
“I fear that through the education system the bias is so much that actually we are teaching young people ‘here’s a problem, here are two solutions, one is virtuous and good and the other is evil’.
“I find that really really worrying. Despite all of that, there is…