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, December 11, 2017


As ever, Nanny and her media act with utter hysteria when rain and snow descend upon our septic isles.

Who would have thought that it would snow in winter?

Needless to say we are being smothered in an avalanche of "amber warnings" and tedious advice about not getting cold etc etc. It also goes without saying that transport services have all but collapsed in some parts of the country.

I would also note, with a hat tip to the muse irony, that an illuminated snowman that I had ordered for delivery today has (so I am informed by the supplier) been delayed because of snow!

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  1. Anonymous11:41 AM

    I am pleased that the advice to not make any unnecessary journeys was given.
    I was just about to go out in my car and drive around randomly for no fucking reason.

  2. Expat in Canada3:37 PM

    I recall many years ago when we moved to Dorset that everyone said that it never snowed there - so the first winter our village was cut off for a couple of days by a foot of (illusory) snow. I also lived in Yorkshire and we had snow regularly. Yet despite that, the entire country is wholly unprepared for snow (maybe hoping global warming will make it go away).

    Now I live in the frozen colonies and here we only get an official snowfall warning if they expect 6 inches in 12 hours - happens several times a season. Less than that really isn't news.

    Had a good laugh at the photos in the news of the 'blanket of snow' and 'chaos on the roads' with what looks like a light snowfall by Canadian standards.

  3. Anonymous8:26 AM

    "...with what looks like a light snowfall by Canadian standards."

    When the UK still had common sense it would have been a light snowfall by UK standards.