Problems with travel abroad

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after reading about Daisy (April 30), my first reaction was thank goodness she is fit and well now.

Then, after seeing it in another paper, I got angry.

If as her mother says she has worked in Turkey as a rep, she should be well aware of their idea on health and safety. Also as a mother she ultimately is responsible for her child’s welfare and if she had been alarmed by the hygiene with regard to food, why risk their health by staying in the environment let alone eating there?

It strikes me there is a major problem today with people wanting compensating for anything and everything.

Why not just thank God she now has a healthy child?

J Button S36