Nanny is concerned about the welfare of all of her charges, and she is keen to show that even the most feeble low life is treated by her with "respect" and "love".
As such is should come as no surprise to read that a week or so ago Barry Chambers, a fugitive from the long arm of the law, was given some extra special treatment by Nanny.
Chambers, a suspected car thief, was pursued by police in car then on foot until he climbed up a drainpipe onto a roof in Gloucester City.
He spent around 20 hours up there, during this time he took it upon himself to dismantle a chimney and hurl bricks at officers and passers-by.
Residents had to be moved from nearby houses, for their own safety as the situation became increasingly dangerous.
However, have no fear, Nanny was soon on the scene. She ordered her police force to ensure that Chambers' human rights were not breached; consequently he was sent a nice box of Kentucky Fired Chicken, some fags and a can of Pepsi.
The can was rejected and he demanded a 2 litre bottle instead, Nanny duly obliged.
Gloucestershire Police said that, although he was being "a nuisance", they still had to look after his well-being and human rights.
Now of course, before you all react with anger about how this man was so well treated; do remember that Nanny regards fags, fried chicken and fizzy drinks as evil.
She was not trying to help him, but kill him. As the saying goes "killing with kindness".