‘Spies’ among af­fected par­ents

Sunday Observer - - NEWS -

As the go­ing gets tougher, cracks are start­ing to show as some of the af­fected par­ents have been ac­cused of leak­ing in­for­ma­tion to su­pe­ri­ors.

This was men­tioned by some of the par­ents, who said they learnt with dis­may that moves se­cretly ar­tic­u­lated were be­ing re­ported to su­pe­ri­ors by one of them. They gave an ex­am­ple on se­cretly go­ing to seek in­ter­ven­tion from peo­ple close to the Royal fam­ily. They say such moves would be halted as their su­pe­ri­ors would firmly warn them against such.

Cur­rently, it was es­tab­lished that at least two fam­i­lies have been side-lined from these plans be­cause they are be­ing sus­pected of be­ing spies for su­pe­ri­ors.

“Now when they ask us about our plans we just say there were none,” one of the af­fected par­ents said.

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