Comment posted Council issues prompt response on Martha Payne’s NeverSeconds clampdown by Andy.
“Too busy educating the youth of this country, and others in law and politics.”
If this is your view of this situation then I would worry about the slant which one of your students may take from your lectures. It seems straightforward to me, somebody somewhere messed up big time and the Council leader sorted it. He would not have needed to consult anybody to realise what needed to be done.
Andy also commented
- I rest my case.
- “For Anne,
This is not about scoring points against the snp”
That is exactly what it is and it gets very predictable and boring after a bit. Many on here have criticisms of all parties for various reasons but they make their point and get on with life. Others will use any excuse to have a go at one party even using a nine year old girl to further their vendetta. It is quite sad really. Do you really care about her, Mary’s Meals, dinner ladies, free speech and censorship? I doubt it.
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(Stands back and awaits lots of thumbs down and twisting of the previous paragraph to mean something totally different to what I said. :-))
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