more interesting is that the Mail journalist thinks "assisting on archaeological digs - [is] small fry for a man of his intelligence"
suggesting a view of diggers as labourers, rather than being skilled work which uses the brain as much as muscle
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Interestingly, Nick Griffin apparently has spent time working on archaeological digs
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