English lessons for the Welsh and the Scots?

English lessons for the Welsh and the Scots?

It looks like the English may have a few lessons to teach the Welsh and the Scots when it comes to law abiding minorities and elective home education.
The moral of this story is that Wales and Scotland should pay more attention to English lessons if they want to avoid the naughty step. They should also try harder at arithmetic and history, or risk inheriting the dunce's cap from Graham Badman and the uniform from Ed Balls.
 
Of course, in England (and possibly more so Real Soon Now in Wales), the treatment of home educators is discriminatory because as a minority we get held to different standards to those who put their children into school. At least Scotland is removing the discrimination by treating all families equally badly.
 

Sheila Struthers

Well-known member
Of course, in England (and possibly more so Real Soon Now in Wales), the treatment of home educators is discriminatory because as a minority we get held to different standards to those who put their children into school. At least Scotland is removing the discrimination by treating all families equally badly.
Not for long though - Every Child (Citizen) Monitored hasn't gone away I'm afraid...

While the Scottish Government claims that it has no plans to amend the home education guidance significantly or introduce compulsory registration and monitoring for a law abiding minority, what it omits to mention is that it won’t need to. It is already bounding ahead of the rest of the UK by registering and monitoring every citizen as part of its universal surveillance agenda (wet-dreamed up elsewhere and currently being lab tested on the Scots just as the poll tax was, but with far more sinister motives).
 

Admin

Administrator
At least Scotland is removing the discrimination by treating all families equally badly.
That is the cleverest defence for employers and service providers to claims of direct or indirect discrimination. Treat everybody equally badly and there is no case to answer. :tsk:
 
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