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I suppose that Martha needs to photograph all …

Comment posted Lochgilphead primary pupil’s internet exposure of poor school meals goes viral by Lundavra.

I suppose that Martha needs to photograph all the choices each day even if they are not all posted to the blog.

I am very surprised that they have not tried to ban photography on school premises as they are entitled to do though it would be taken to mean they are embarrassed about the choices.

Lundavra also commented

  • I wonder how much the council have spent on PR advice on handling this?
  • It is being featured on You and Yours at the moment including an interview with Martha and her father as well as a spokesperson from the council (Jane Murphy).

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