Sunday, November 26, 2006


Tony Blair is planning to bring in a team of “supernannies” in 77 areas of England to target anti-social behaviour amongst youngsters, in a new government scheme. The scheme will run parenting courses, which parents can volunteer to attend or be forced to participate in if their children break the law or refuse to attend school. I’m not sure that’s the answer. The government can make all the suggestions they like to handle problem children. Surely there is no better solution than good old fashioned discipline. With the cost of the supernanny system being estimated at £4 million it’s also a lot cheaper!

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