6 November 2007
The ‘News’ asks you what you think of the day’s issues.
Interview by Matt Strowbridge
SARA SCARBOROUGH, 25, STUDENT NURSE, BERMONDSEY
What's your favourite place in Southwark?
Southwark Park - it's got a lovely fresh feel to it.
What do you like most about Southwark?
I really like Poppy Hana, but also it's got a great newspaper!
Do you recycle?
Yeah, I do! We've no excuse really, because there're recycling bins just across the road from our house.
Should we be told which of our royal family is tied up in a 'sex n drugs' blackmail?
No, I don't think it matters. Just because they're the royal family I still think they've got the right to privacy.
Are we wrapping our kids up in cotton wool?
Definitely. I think we've become too politically correct recently, there's too much emphasis put on safety now instead of children's development and learning.
Should Heather Mills be blowing £100k on her four year-old’s birthday?
No, I feel sorry for her daughter. Money isn't the answer, it doesn't equal love and security.
Do you think the NHS after-hours healthcare is substandard?
People don't realise how dedicated health-care staff are. If there is a problem, I think it's because of the way things are managed from the top.
Now the BBC's having to make cuts, do you think it’s been wasting our licence fee?
I don't think so, there's still a lot of good stuff on. But there's far too much reality TV - bring back Monarch of the Glen!
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