Special needs are universal now
Read spiked editor Mick Hume's columns in The Times (London) this week.
12 January 2007:
‘My children are special to me, and they have needs (like they need to be told to get up for school). But I don’t think they have special needs. The way things are heading, that alone may yet make them part of a “special” minority….’
9 January 2007:
‘Contrary to claims, the country is not going to the dogs. But it may just be going to the rats. The not-so-good-news addition to Britain’s biodiversity is the return of the brown rat. The rise of Rattus norvegicus suggests there is something rotten in the garden….’
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