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Mother Gets Crb Record For Leaving Toddler With 14 Year Old

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What she should have done was leave her toddler with a 13 year old in a field. That way she would have avoided a ban on working with children and instead have been made a Tsar for childen's safety and given an MBE. ;)

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What she should have done was leave her toddler with a 13 year old in a field. That way she would have avoided a ban on working with children and instead have been made a Tsar for childen's safety and given an MBE. ;)

Who are you thinking of?

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Makes sense. Parents usually seem to be let of any responsibilty whatsoever, that includes the bloody Mc Canns too.

What !?!

Nob head. Of course they deserved what they got did they? :angry:

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What !?!

Nob head. Of course they deserved what they got did they? :angry:

Nobody deserves that.

Howvever, might I enquire as to whether you remember a time when parents from better families would tell their teenage children who they could and who they could not mix with? If you can, perhaps you'd tell me what purpose that served. Perhaps you could also tell me how you believe human nature has changed in the intervening period. Maybe then we could discuss whether toddlers need less or more supervision than teenagers.

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What she should have done was leave her toddler with a 13 year old in a field. That way she would have avoided a ban on working with children and instead have been made a Tsar for childen's safety and given an MBE. ;)

Good grief. She left the child with her 14 year old son for 30 minutes, and received a police caution?! :blink: The child's age even fits within the NSPCC guidelines. Would an unrelated 15 year old baby sitter have been better?

The world has gone mad.

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It get worse

One of the nurses taking his case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, named only as "Mr O", was sacked last year after being cautioned when his wife left their children alone for a short time while he was at work – even though he was unaware that his wife had done this.

In March last year, nine months after he accepted the caution, Mr O, a clinical nurse described as having "an exemplary record", was informed that he had been automatically added to the Children's and Adults' Barred Lists for 10 years – the same period given to a murderer or a rapist.

Telegraph

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Good grief. She left the child with her 14 year old son for 30 minutes, and received a police caution?! :blink: The child's age even fits within the NSPCC guidelines. Would an unrelated 15 year old baby sitter have been better?

The world has gone mad.

Does sound bonkers!

I thought it was quite normal for older children to look after younger siblings for short periods! :huh:

Is there something we are not being told?

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Good grief. She left the child with her 14 year old son for 30 minutes, and received a police caution?! :blink: The child's age even fits within the NSPCC guidelines. Would an unrelated 15 year old baby sitter have been better?

The world has gone mad.

The world has gone mad.....but it is alright for a 14 year old to have their own baby and look after it on their own. ;)

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