Oh dear, Nanny is getting worked up by the flag of St George again. This time Nanny's minions in Wales are on the war path.
Nanny's best chum, the deputy chief constable of North Wales Police Clive Wolfendale is having a hissy fit over the flag. He said "incessant" flag-waving in Wales during the World Cup could lead to racism and violence.
"I'm an Englishman and I'll be supporting England during the World Cup campaign
and if I was at the game or in and around the stadium
there's a fair chance I might be waving the flag.
But I think there comes a point when weeks before the tournament
the incessant use of these symbols is a bit in your face
and I just wish people would sometimes reflect
on the impact that's having on others."
"There's no doubt about it that this can be the precursor to behaviour
which is much worse than flag waving
it's hooliganism of the very worse kind."
Alyn and Deeside Mark Tami MPs said that the remarks risk creating a problem "that isn't actually there".
Clwyd West MP David Jones said Wolfendale's comments were "laughable".
"I think it's pretty innocuous (for fans) to display their flag from the little flagpoles on their cars if they want to do that.
I can't believe that the people of Wales are so intolerant
of a few English football fans
that they would be incited to violence
I think he's completely barking up the wrong tree.
Frankly, flying a little flag on your way to Colwyn Bay for the day is,
I don't think, going to spark any violence
I think he's completely misguided."
As ever with Nanny, she concentrates on issues that are irrelevant whilst ignoring the real problems.
Maybe Nanny should concentrate on catching real criminals instead?