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Nanny knows best

13 October 2009

Oh dear: everybody is upset these days. It seems that nanny has been very busy indeed – perhaps it is something to do with the end of the holidays and going back to school. You know the sort of thing: time for bed now that there is school tomorrow instead of an evening running around the garden or staying up late to watch Celebrity Come Dancing Strictly Get Me Out of Here etc. No, nanny is calling us in from the garden and the television set and making us eat our greens before washing behind the ears and having an early night.

Well, that is the impression given by quite a lot of the media at the moment. The big fusses concern children. We have serious umbrage taken at the temerity of the government to consider it a good idea that those who are put in charge of children should be routinely screened by way of a CRB check. We have the – admittedly odd – scenario of the two policewomen castigated by Ofsted for not being registered child minders as they took it in turns to lo...

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