All our mums are full time

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I NOTICE a recent report that a woman complaining about problems over repairs to her kitchen floor caused by subsidence was described as a full-time mum, which I assume means that she is not in paid employment.

The term infers that a mother who goes out to work to help support her family is a part-time mum.

Such an inference is obviously grossly unfair to such women who are doing their best to avoid having to rely on welfare hand-outs and to set a good example to their children by earning a living rather than sponging off the state.

All mums are full time, not just those sat at home.

Dronfielder