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The shadow education secretary Bridget Phillipson has announced.. A Labour government would introduce breakfast clubs for every child in every primary school in England. Excellent. I always wanted to pay for other peoples children. Bravo.

Sep 28, 2022 · 12:30 PM UTC

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It’s all just so much rubbish
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Parents, Grand Parents, Uncles, Aunts, Brothers, Sisters, Brother in Law, Sister in Law, Great Grand Parents, Cousins.......then maybe just maybe the Government.
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Its about time we had an "opt out" or "opt in" on these leftie socialist proposals.
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When my daughters were born in 2005 & 2007 we got two lots of free books for each of them. We didn’t need them, got the same books twice and were not allowed to refuse them. What a waste of public money.
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Their perfect world for Labour would involve the State taking children and raising them as obedient drone workers.
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Exactly, they want them to be reliant on them
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They haven't thought about the logistics of this. Insurance will be an issue for starters because breakfast club for the whole school won't be in 1 area but the whole school. Will cost millions. Lots of 100s of millions.
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Great idea I’ll pay for other people’s kids
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So the poor will be paying for the rich parents children to have a breakfast, not a well thought out policy, but yet again it is Labour.
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So, 24/7/52 schools will supervise pupils before school, give kids their Breakfast, Lunch & Tea in school and supervise them until parents collect them - ALL FOR FREE! Queries: What is the point of parents? Why do they need Child Allowance?