Comment posted NeverSeconds: time to let Martha Payne recover anonymity by Jnr Tick.
That’s interesting Ronnie, I too would like know why this is the case. When you say ‘quite diffferent’ can you elaborate? Are those meals on the island more nutritious, do they look more appetising? is there more choice? larger portions? Of course, these opinions on meals are all subjective as quality, how appetising etc. are not particularly easy to quantify.
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- There appear to be two parties at fault in this debacle, A&B Council and a few national rags who are deviod of the ability to be reasoned and impartial. I think it was pretty obvious why these newspapers were so selective in portraying this situation in such a sensationalist and negative light, it suits their political agendas at the expense of a very well meaning child not to mention staff who prepare and cook meals with the budgets they have year in year out. This ban on photographing meals in the dinner hall could surely have been reversed without all the hype and mass media attention had the individual who made this decision appreciated that censorship, especially of an extremely productive and as mentioned well meaning child is something alien to Scotland. Maybe the staff at the school could have been given more reassurance that they were not at risk of losing their jobs, that it was merely reckless and thoughtless media attention. How refreshing to see Councillor McCuish on TV this morning holding his hands up admitting A&B Council had got it wrong, a rare thing in politics these days be it local or National. If only more politicians would do the same considering the gravity and serious repercussions of some mistakes made. Instead we get the usual predictable spin applied to their faux pas, shifting the blame.
Recent comments by Jnr Tick
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A country the size of Canada sees fit not to have a nuclear deterrent. Should the people of Ireland and Iceland be afraid?
Maybe worth asking ourselves why we feel the need for this capability in UK and are these reasons ones that reinforce the case for Scotland remaining within this union.
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This armchair comes with a remote. Little chance of contributing from anywhere else.
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“Will Nicola Sturgeon still feel that she’s entitled to all of her own time plus 50% of each of the other speakers time?”
And afterwards will Newsroom stop trying to score petty points by stealing others extremely inaccurate accusations?
- Scottish Leaders’ debate – a clear win for Davidson
Are these debates suddenly of value since you have finally found one where you believe it wasn’t overly obvious SNP hadn’t come out on top Newsie? You have poo pooed these debates for long enough haven’t you?
“Scottish Leaders’ debate – a clear win for Davidson”
Is this title a personal opinion or any data to reinforce the claim?
Labour’s Daily Record open survey doesn’t agree with you Newsie, mind you they appear to have asked more folks than their editor. They have the result as follows -
Nicola Sturgeon 71%
Jim Murphy 19%
Your Ruthie 10%
Willie Rennie Nil pois
The Press & Journal’s online poll has even more depressing viewing for you Newsie -
Nicola Sturgeon – 77.69%
Ruthie – 11.02%
Jim Murphy 9.68%
The other bloke – 1.61%
I’m with Graeme re Ruth Davidson, she is indeed a good debater, sincere, often cutting and too the point but a Tory all the same. I don’t agree with the Daily Record’s findings, Nicola although delivering another good assured confident performance didn’t stand out by that %age over Ruth Davidson imo.
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