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.

Friday, June 11, 2021

Nanny Ponders Four Week Delay - To Give Businesses "Certainty"


There was once a dream that 21 June would be the day when masks, social distancing etc etc would be consigned to the dustbin of history.

However, thanks to a botched revision in the the vaccination strategy re cutting back on AZ for the under 50's (even though the JCVI recommended not cutting back if it impeded the vaccination rate) Nanny's bedwetters, Fake SAGE and the media are all screaming for a delay.

Sadly it seems that a delay will be occurring (in order to vaxx more people).

Up until now that delay was rumoured to be two weeks. Today we find that it is probably going to be four.

For why?

To give businesses more "certainty"!

If this were a comedy it would be laughable, but it's not. Businesses are going to go to the wall if there is a delay, and the constant leaks and press hysteria re doing untold damage to people's mental health.

Nanny and her lackeys (eg MSM, Fake SAGE, real SAGE etc) have done untold damage to people and the country. At some stage they will be held to account. is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Dons Boycott Oriel Over Rhodes


Around 150 Oxford University academics are refusing to teach at Oriel Oxford after it decided to keep the controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes.

Last month the college decided not to take it down for practical reasons.

Now, some academics are boycotting Oriel and have signed a petition saying the statue "glorifies colonialism".

They are refusing to give tutorials to undergraduates from Oriel or attend talks there.

The solution to this boycott is simple, sack the dons for breach of contract! is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

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Wednesday, June 09, 2021

Prats of The Week - The Middle Common Room Magdalen College Oxford

Dear oh dear, who would have thought that what was once one of the best universities in the world would end up as a breeding ground for utter prattery?

I refer of course to the decision by the students of the Middle Common Room of Magdalen College Oxford to remove the portrait of The Queen from their room, lest it offends someone.

The students there have every right to hang pictures of whatever they wish on their walls (eg Rhodes), and have every right to remove a picture of the Queen.

However, the reasons they chose to remove the picture (ie that it might "offend" someone because of issues to do with the days of empire) are feeble-minded to say the least.

1 The Queen came to the throne when Britain was already dismantling her empire.

2 The Queen is the head of state.

3 Monarchs have had connections to Oxford for centuries.

4 If you are offended by a picture of the head of state then seek therapy.

Simply put, if that is the best intellectual argument they can come up with then Oxford needs to radically overhaul its admissions policy; because it is clear that they are currently admitting feeble-minded idiots! is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

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Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Nanny Bans The Duke

 When the Duke of Edinburgh died, King's College London sent staff an email with a photo of the Duke (who had been governor of the university since 1955).

“As the nation marks the death of HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, we thought you might like to see this photo of the duke at the official opening of the Maughan Library in 2002, which some colleagues will remember.”

Some staff complained (they didn't like the Duke), this then prompted the university Associate director Joleen Clarke to apologise thusly:

“The picture was included as a historical reference point following his death.

The inclusion of the picture was not intended to commemorate him.

Through feedback and subsequent conversations, we have come to realise the harm that this caused members of our community, because of his history of racist and sexist comments.

We are sorry to have caused this harm.”

Factoid, a photo of the Duke harmed no one! 

To kowtow to professional moaners over a photo of a dead man, is disgraceful and only emboldens cretins and axe grinders to look for more areas which "offend" them.

The Royal Mail will issue a Miniature Sheet of four stamps on Thursday 24th June marking the life of His Royal Highness Prince Philip who died two months short of his 100th birthday, on 9th April 2021.

I suggest people send letters to King's with the new stamps, just to make sure the cretins working there are as offended as possible! is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

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