This is the way to defeat David Cameron and his Tories: Don’t try to argue with them – just laugh at them and their silly ideas.

From the ‘i’:

The new Extremist Bill includes a mandate that schools will have a greater care of duty as part of Prevent, the government’s anti-radicalisation scheme, which has been described as “toxic” in the past because of the mistrust it fosters in the Muslim community.

Alison Phipps from Brighton wrote on Twitter today to point out that her two-year-old son’s nursery school had emailed to say it was going to start ‘promoting British values’ in order to comply with the new Prevent measures.

She asked the nursery administrators which behaviours parents should be on the look-out for.

“It strikes me that crying is particularly un-British. Especially in the baby room, there has not been enough done to ensure the development of a stiff upper lip.”

There was also some cause for worry among the toddlers, she said.

“There is a fair amount of worship of Peppa Pig, which might be in homage to the Prime Minister, but may also serve a darker purpose.”

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