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Child taken into care because parents hooked on video games

Child taken into care because parents hooked on video games

Social workers were forced to step in after the parents gaming addiction was deemed as “neglect”.Some 20 million Brits regularly play video games spending an average of nine hours indulging in the pass time.

Experts estimate up to ten per cent get addicted.

The unnamed child was taken into care was from Walsall.

Another was taken in from Devon. In both cases the children were taken into care for having bad teeth.

“The computer gaming must have been extreme use,” said Claude Knights, from charity Kidscape.”I expect the parents were spending hours in front of a screen.

“If a child is being neglected or unsafe then the authorities should set in but it is a fine balance.”

But Walsall Council said gaming was not the main factor the child was taken into care.

Ten more children were removed due to their parents’ heavy smoking habits, according to The Sun probe.

One was in Worcestershire, four in Southampton, three in Bradford and two in Lancashire.

Read more   http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/461042/Child-taken-into-care-because-parents-hooked-video-games

Panic-buy BOTTLED WATER and tins of food, says Gordon Brown’s ex-adviser amid China crisis

Panic-buy BOTTLED WATER and tins of food, says Gordon Brown’s ex-adviser amid China crisis

In a series of Twitter posts, an increasingly-distressed Damian McBride today advised people to prepare for a financial crisis worse than that of 2008, as global stock markets continue to plummet.

The ex-Head of Communications at the Treasury urged British families to put their cash in a safe place, stock up on bottled water and tinned goods, and organise a meeting point with loved ones in case transport and communication networks in the UK go down.

He wrote: “Advice on the looming crash, No.1: get hard cash in a safe place now; don’t assume banks & cashpoints will be open, or bank cards will work

“Crash advice No.2: do you have enough bottled water, tinned goods & other essentials at home to live a month indoors? If not, get shopping.

“Crash advice No.3: agree a rally point with your loved ones in case transport and communication gets cut off; somewhere you can all head to.”

Mr McBride said that Britain was close to reaching a similar point in 2008 – when he was within the Treasury’s top team – and predicted that a crisis 20 times worse is about to kick in.

Read more http://www.express.co.uk/finance/city/600394/Gordon-Brown-Damian-McBride-buy-bottled-water-tinned-goods-over-China-black-monday-crisis

DON’T BLAME THE MIGRANTS

DON’T BLAME THE MIGRANTS

The press is full of it. Naughty people trying so hard to get to Britain. What a cleverly orchestrated distraction from establishment paedophilia.

Just when things hot up for Greville Janner and the push to villify Ted Heath, Calais becomes the centre of attention. How clever.

It is too easy to blame these people for wanting to come to the ‘land of plenty’, they are told that is just what it is!

IT’S THE SYSTEM THAT IS WRONG THAT ALLOWS IT IN THE FIRST PLACE.

Camoron can do NOTHING and the reality is, he doesn’t want to either. The EU won’t have it and are actively encouraging this farce.

As an island race surrounded by our channel wall, it would not be hard to stop this overnight, WE ARE NOT PERMITTED!

So, stop hitting out at the migrants, you would do the same in their position. Vent all wrath at the Government for not having the balls to say a big NO to the Brussels Mafia.