Guidelines for inspections of family homes have been drawn up on the instructions of Nanny's chums in the Department of Health.
Nanny is worried about the number of injuries occurring to under 15s in the home.
Parents who have children under five will be visited by Nanny's inspectors. The inspectors will check whether families have installed smoke alarms, stair gates, locks on medicine cupboards, windows and ovens, and fitted temperature controls to stop bath water getting too hot etc.
Can you guess which organ of the state has drawn up the guidelines?
Yes, that's right, our old "friends" National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice).
Health and safety organisations have been told to identify homes where children are thought to be most at risk of accidents, and "offer home risk assessments".
Seemingly Nanny will use doctors and nurses as her spies, to tip off the state about children who have been admitted with injuries.
I used to fall over in the garden all the time and graze my knees, it's what happens when you are 6 or so. I don't fall over very much now:)
So, what happens then when someone refuses to allow a visit by Nanny's inspectors?
I guarantee, at the very least, their names will be added to a little list entitled "Uncooperative Needs To Be Watched".
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