ARGYLL AND BUTE COUNCIL has, much to our delight, reversed the ban on a nine year old girl's school dinner blog.
Earlier today it was revealed that the grumpy local council had told the schoolgirl, Martha Payne that she must stop taking photos of her school dinners and posting them on her online blog, called Never Seconds.
However Roddy McCuish, leader of the Scottish National Party, announced that the ban had been withdrawn, which means Payne can continue to post snapshots of her poor school dinners.
He told BBC Radio 4's World at One programme, "There's no place for censorship in Argyll and Bute Council and there never has been and there never will be.
"I've just instructed senior officials to immediately withdraw the ban on pictures from the school dining hall. It's a good thing to do, to change your mind, and I've certainly done that."
Jamie Oliver, synonymous with school dinners, also stepped up to show his support for Martha's blog, tweeting, "Stay strong Martha, RT this to show your support #neverseconds". µ
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