Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Won't Somone Think of The Children? II
I see that Nanny, as child centred as ever, has found another way to ban adults from the adult world so that Nanny's precious children can "roam free" without ever having to mix with adults or obey their rules.
A group of pensioners (over 50's to be precise) from Eye (near Peterborough) have been holding regular coffee mornings each week in their local library for the last 4 years.
So far so good!
Now children, can you guess what happened next?
Yes, that's right Nanny has now banned them from having their coffee mornings.
Can you guess for why?
Health and Safety!
It seems that a toddler group now also uses the library, and Nanny (from Peterborough City Council) has decreed that the health and safety risk of a pensioner (note the coffee mornings are open to all who are over 50) spilling hot coffee on a toddler is just too great.
The toddlers started using the library a few weeks ago, and under Nanny's child centric policies must have priority over all adults. The irony is that the coffee drinking part of the coffee morning is actually over before the toddlers arrive.
The solution is simple, and obvious, ban the children from coming in to the library at the same time as the adults.
Nanny insists that all policy in the country is "child centric", it is high time that Nanny realised that this country should be run for the benefit of the adults not the children.
BTW, this is of course a Tory council!
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