Paying for other peoples kids.

Three-quarters of mums-to-be on low incomes do not attend antenatal classes

A survey found 44 per cent of women with household incomes of less than £15,000 had not been offered antenatal classes on the NHS by their midwife.

Considering we are all forced at gunpoint to pay for the NHS, I have no problem with expectant mothers receiving any necessary pre natal care on the National Health.

My problem with the above statement is this:

A family with a household income of less than £15,000 are not able to raise a child without significant state handouts.

The question should not be why are low income women not being offered NHS antenatal classes, but why are they having children that other people will be forced to foot the bill for, in the first place?

"But it's me uman right innit..."

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