It’s not a question of counting but of caring
Last updated at 15:05, Tuesday, 19 June 2012
The recent rush of bad news for families – and those children who would dearly love one – was desperate in its pessimism.
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@TB - Nice to see that the milk of human kindness flows freely through your veins.
hoiw arent more ppl in sheer outrage?! why do we deem this an acceptable way to rear our young?! these vulnerable youngsters need ppl who are trained and qualified and are willing to bring the real issues of our lives these days and are capable of addressing them and stopping our fat cat councillors takin what they want and leaving our children with nothing for now and their future, they should be ashamed and feel sick to their stomach for their failings of our city and children - their future taxpayers
I disagree we dont need people who care, we need people who can do their job.It's this feminist caring nonsense that has ruined our education system and our social services.Competence, competence, competence.