It takes up to eight hours, sets her back £50 a week and the mother of four has to get up at 5.30am to begin the mammoth journey each day.Oh, dear. What causes this? Do tell…
It has been forced on Mrs Abbas by a combination of her arthritis preventing her from driving and her local council’s intransigence.Ah. Right.
Absolutely nothing about the responsibility of Mrs Abbas and her husband not to outbreed their coping capacity, then?
Three of her children – Mehvish, 13, Kiran, seven, and Eliyza, six – attend different schools. Mrs Abbas says the local council has refused to help her transfer some of the children to the same school to ease her nightmarish routine.Well, how awful! Surely, that’s what we pay our rates for, isn’t it? To ensure that no-one has a stressful time getting their offspring to school?
Surely, the council should help her to…
Her problems began in May last year when the family were offered a four-bedroom home after eight years on the council house waiting list.Right. Well, that’s something you should have figured out before you kept on churning out kids at the taxpayer’s expense, isn’t it, Shabnam?
After moving in, she discovered she would not be able to move her children to schools nearer their new home.