They could also insist on an end to the school run and clogging up the roads around schools with SUVs and the like when the little darlings can just as easily walk or get a school bus/student bus pass.I suppose it's wishful thinking to suggest that schools in general declare there will no longer be overseas trips or school exchange visits etc. Especially from those schools where the climate change movement is very active and kids are leaving school to 'protest' at the drop of a hat.... No more school sports teams buggering off to Italy or/Spain etc. All future exchange trips to be carried out on the mainland UK. Trips to Rhyl or Bradford for instance can be just as culturally enlightening yet only use a fraction of the carbon footprint a trip to Barcelona would leave...
Sacrifices have to be made for the Greater Good....
Unless they plan on getting there by sailboat then yeah... these wondrous trips to the far corners of the world on a gap year should be off the cards. Can't moan and campaign against a third runway at Heathrow, skip school because you want to raise awareness over climate emergency, hold up traffic because the nasty adults are driving diesels, yet happily skip off to Oz and NZ on an Emirates Airbus.So backpacking in your gap year to Andes, Australia and New Zealand is a no no ?
At the PoW booking out to May at the moment....SAadly, it appears that Book of Mormon is no longer advetised at the Hippodrobe.
I had hopped to see it when I returned back to blighhty
I do note that anyone who deviates from Woko Haram's orthodoxy is now deemed to be "far right".Hmm strangely enough she looks like Naomi Seibt who folks reckon the fsr right is propping up to counter Golf Tango.
Better looking as well.
View attachment 452587‘Do not create an ideology out of something that a young girl has to say,’ says Naomi Seibt, apparently without a trace of ironywww.independent.co.uk