I went to b and q last Saturday to pick up a new handle for the wife’s mangle. It was people soup. We left empty handed after five minutes because it was horrendous.
We’re using the rolling pin to mangle for now.
Whichever way you look at it there was a political vote by the government. The government who are supposed to serve the people decided not to feed hungry kids who will be more vulnerable due to a global pandemic and parents losing work.
How is that not political?
Aaah so you’re looking for a reaction. Go on the attack as you can’t really defend what you’re trying to apologise for.
I mentioned embarrassing earlier, you’ve just confirmed it.
Oh and they’re not forcing children out of school, it’s half term, and many are starving. They’re...
When was I a ‘girls blouse’? Please explain that comment.
So again you ignore the rich giving themselves perks while children go hungry. We are one of the richest nations on the planet, yet it’s ok for children to starve? There are no excuses for this, no matter how hard you look in desperation.
So the teachers don’t deserve any time with their families? What about the parents who are unable to work, due to say disability? How about the MPs give up their £25 a day food allowance? Or maybe don’t give themselves a three and a half grand pay rise?
You’re trying to excuse the inexcusable...