Keeping calm

I’m back, refreshed and relaxed from a few days away. AND I’m going to try to stay that way for a little longer.

I’m not going to cover old ground about the Named Person case (you can if you wish read how I feel about it here) because Andrew Tickell has done a fantastically clear piece on the legal ruling.

I will however ask to all those crowing that “the SNP has been stopped” what will you say in a  few months time when the few bits of legislation that need tightening up has been changed and the scheme goes ahead? This is a scheme which the court said was “legitimate and benign.”

More importantly just what do you have against child protection?

 

 

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One thought on “Keeping calm

  1. It’s despicable that some people will put politics above child protection.
    Anyone with more than one braincell knows that there’s not going to be a named person following families around just in case they are child abusers, yet this was the impression given by the spokesperson outside of the court.
    I sincerely hope he will just as publicly apologise right after the legislation goes ahead.
    I won’t hold my breath just in case he has no integrity, which I’m pretty sure he has not.

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