Ministry wants to restrict maggot packs

Emboldened by an increasing nanny state the Ministry of Health wants to limit maggot packs and chocolate bars for school children to once a month.

Quite how they will monitor that and enforce it is inconceivable, nevertheless they are recommending it. 

I can imagine the legions of inspectors checking ration books to see that children are not claiming more than their allotted 1 maggot pack per month and referring defaulters and their families to CYFS for some "re-education"

Ohhh…gone are the days when you got a third former to stand in the line for you and buy several maggot packs and a coke for lunch….sigh.

School tuck shops must now be enjoyment free zones.

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