Joining the debate over school sports policy, Tory sports minister Hugh Robertson said:
To see the school sport debate simply as a question of competitive sport versus participation is an over-simplification … I have been tearing my hair out for the last three or four days because the terms in which this debate has been conducted have not been helpful to finding a solution.
Last week, David Cameron said:
I want to use the example of competitive sport at the Olympics to lead a revival of competitive sport in primary schools. We need to end the ‘all must have prizes’ culture and get children playing and enjoying competitive sports from a young age, linking them up with sports clubs so they can pursue their dreams.
As Labour List puts it, who could Robertson possibly be talking about?