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    Depends on the Country and the politics in that Country. If we were to take Ireland. Many people have died over the political situation in the North of Ireland. Say the wrong thing to the wrong person and it may lead to trouble. Or you may be classed as supporting a terrorist group just because you have certain views. To me, you can have your views and not be in favour of anybody been killed or dying. Others would not share that view. They would see you as been on one side or the other. I call these people narrow minded. A person can want a United Ireland and not want any fighting. The simply support the whole idea of a United Ireland. But they want it gained through politics or a vote.
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    I don't always agree with the laws in this Country. But they want to bring in a law were anybody under the age of 18 can't have any form of cosmetic surgery done. Loads gets their lips and the likes done. Last year they banned sunbeds for anybody under the age of 18. There are times they get it right. Times I will give them credit.
    Really? What about young kids with facial deformities like cleft palates or kids who were involved in accidents? I hope they make exceptions.
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    Really? What about young kids with facial deformities like cleft palates or kids who were involved in accidents? I hope they make exceptions.
    I am sure common sense will be used. If it is thought to be a serious medical condition they will help. As such things are done in normal hospitals. All the other things are done in specialist clinics and the likes.
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    Sorry, I live in America so common sense can be a rare sight in the government.
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    Vaccinations should be made mandatory. You will still have a choice. But if you refused to get your kid vaccinated that kid can be denied access to schools and you have to accept it. So the choice of vaccination will have many effects on the child. Do you want your kid to go to school? Do you want your kid doing a whole lot of other things with other kids? If so get the kid vaccinated. In Ireland last year we saw a lot of illnesses we have not seen in decades. This is the result of not getting kids vaccinated. Plus people who spread lies about the vaccinations should be fined by law. They come out with a load of crap and give you facts they can never back up. They have facebook groups and the likes to spread their misinformation. Some parents believe what they are reading when they see things in these groups. Messages shared on facebook. Make these groups illegal by law. Come down hard on the people making the false claims. Passes the soap box.
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