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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Nanny To Ban Straws

Plastic straws, drink stirrers and plastic-stemmed cotton buds could soon be banned from sale in England under a plan drawn up by Nanny.

Theoretically, the move is aimed at protecting rivers and oceans from the growing problem of plastic pollution. However, it will also enable Nanny to meet the requirements of a 25-year plan to eliminate avoidable plastic waste.

As we know, Nanny loves ticking boxes!

Subject to a consultation which is to be launched later this year, the products would be banned from sale and officials would work with industry to develop alternatives.

I was offered a reusable perspex straw in a pub on Monday, I would have had to pay a £2 deposit. I asked how they cleaned them, with a small brush apparently. Suffice to say I declined.

Once Nanny has banned everything on the planet, all she will have left to ban is life itself!

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  1. I thought she had tried that, didn't I see that many more People died during the cold spell through the cold perhaps.

  2. Anonymous10:00 AM

    The media would have us believe that the oceans are clogged full of plastic waste. They do this by carefully selecting minute areas and using sensationalised photographic techniques.
    The 'plastic' frenzy is the flavour of the month.
    70% of the Earth's surface is water, and only an infinitesimal percent of that is polluted in any way.
    However...... Be ready for a plastic tax to be imposed shortly.

  3. Anonymous10:10 AM

    And another thing.......
    People don't make special journeys to the sea side to dump their own plastic waste.
    They don't go to their local river to dispose of it either.
    Most plastic waste is collected alongside all other household waste by the authorities responsible.
    How any of it finds its way into the seas and oceans is an issue that they alone are liable for.

  4. Anonymous10:31 AM

    How's this for a sensationalised, staged photo of a whale allegedly washed up onto a beach near to my home....