Ruth Porter writes for the magazine 'Forward'
But more often it’s the intangibles of culture which well-intentioned big government can destroy. We see a small number of children who go to school without being properly fed so we set up breakfast clubs, or children who’s lunchboxes aren’t deemed to be up to scratch on nutrition so they’re replaced with state run hot lunches. But what does this to do a family that sits down together in the evening for a hot meal (where now the child is too full) or what message does it send to the mum who carefully packs a healthy lunch for her daughter every day?
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