It seems that Nanny's chums, in the University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust, have got a wee bee in their bonnets over the placing of bibles by the side of patients' beds.
Nanny has decided that bibles may offend non Christians, and as such will meet today to decide as to whether they should be banned.
Nanny issued a statement, from the Trust, saying:
"University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust is committed to religious diversity and equality,".
"The trust can confirm that discussions are currently taking place between the Chaplaincy, Infection Control, Service Equality and Volunteer Services departments to determine whether religious texts will continue to be provided in patients' bedside lockers at Leicester General Hospital, Leicester Royal Infirmary and Glenfield Hospital".
It is nice to see that, given the scarce resources of the NHS, they have time to focus their efforts on such an absurd topic.
The weasles on the Health Trust have also claimed that the bibles may prove to be a source of the superbug.
If that were really a serious issue, then all other forms of printed material would be banned in hospital wards.
These people are pathetic!
No one forces the patients to open or read the bibles.
The only type of person who could possibly be offended by the existence of a book, would be that type of person who took part in the book burnings in Nazi Germany.
Where first you burn books, next you burn people!