My thanks to Pete, for pointing me to the BBC on this one.
It seems that they will be screening a show this Saturday, that may be of interest to us.
Sat 29 Oct, 6:15 pm - 6:55 pm 40mins
Clowns who can't throw custard pies, children who can't play conkers, swimmers banned from an early morning dip. The reason? The fear of being sued.
Arthur Smith ignites the backlash against our 'compensation culture' and has a go at a phenomenon which now costs an estimated £10 billion a year. He argues that a nation once famed for it's spirit of adventure has been rendered a nation of cowering wimps.
Maybe someone would like to point them to this site, to let them know that there are indeed many of us who are fed up with the Nanny State?
Contact BBC link