Highland Council Accused of “Big Brother” Tactics

Highland Council has been criticised for introducing “state guardians” for all children in the region ahead of a legal battle against the controversial scheme.

Campaigners are currently fighting the Scottish Government’s so-called “Big Brother” legislation in the courts claiming it is an invasion of family life.

And they were angry to learn that the scheme was already operating in the Highlands, Edinburgh, Ayrshire, Angus and Stirlingshire.

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