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General Chat Thread, No You can't take pictures of your lunch.... in General; Originally Posted by SteveBentley Seems that the council have realised their PR disaster and dropped the ban BBC News - ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveBentley View Post
    Seems that the council have realised their PR disaster and dropped the ban

    BBC News - NeverSeconds blogger Martha Payne school dinner photo ban lifted
    Fantastic, by the by go and have a look at the worst rated comments on the article, can't believe some of the rubbish people come out with!

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    Compare and contrast My School Lunches

    The council could easily have done something similar as a right of reply, without the mess they created.

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    I've had a read through her blog, I really like it. Rather weirdly though, I had the exact same trays when I was at primary school, 18 years ago....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mthomas08 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberDrac View Post
    If the evidence presented caused staff to fear for their jobs surely it indicates that the situation is cause for concern and that the staff recognise that the situation is so bad that they should fear for their job. If, as the council maintain, the photos don't demonstrate the need for improvement then why are the staff worried. If the documented incidences of poor quality or unappealing food are accurate then they should be saying "thank you for bring this to our attention, we'll sort it out" not "you're causing our staff anxiety by highlighting their shortcoming which we don't recognise.
    Exactly!

    Maybe someone should sue the Council for causing Alarm, Harassment or Distress to an innocent nine year old?

    ...and sack the person who implemented the ban in the first place, as they are at least out of touch with reality and more likely not fit for purpose!

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    TBH I am a little disconcerted by the idea of a primary school pupil wandering around with a camera...what else is she photographing...who is checking what other images she is collecting besides her "lovely" lunch?

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