Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Nanny Can Never Be Trusted

Loyal readers will recall that in January I wrote about Nanny's chums from Harningey council first banning London's oldest working smokehouse from using smoke, then unbanning it:
"Last week I wrote about the Uber Prats from Haringey council banning London's oldest working smokehouse (Walter Purkis & Sons) from using smoke to smoke fish.

Unsurprisingly, a veritable firestorm of anger was unleashed upon the cretins within the council.
Can you guess what happened next children?

Yes, that's right, Nanny (as she always does when she is exposed as being a cretin) backed down
However, as I noted at the time, the good people of Walter Purkis & Sons were sceptical about Hanringey council keeping its word.

Mr Purkis said:
"We will be happy if it does come out right but we are a little worried in case it is a temporary thing until things have calmed down."
Sadly it seems his scepticism was justified. The Telegraph reports that the council is now trying to pass the buck to the department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

Typical weasel behaviour by Nanny!

Anyhoo, it seems that word of the Purkis family's travails has reached the ears of Prince Charles, who has sent an envoy to the smokehouse to find out what is going on.

Let us see what happens next!

Nanny can never be trusted, and must be watched closely at all times.
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