Ok so this news article has left me rather confused and I'm wondering if someone can explain it to me?
Not sure if I am missing the point, perhaps a Canberra reader gets it and will explain it to me!
Is it the case that Senator Hanson-Young had her 2 year old child with her in the senate chamber today when they just happened to be voting on a ban on junk food advertising on children's television, when she was removed from the chamber?
Is that what happened?
I don't get it. Does this senator take her baby to work every day or just when they are discussing issues affecting children?
Or is it just a coincidence?
I must confess I rarely keep up with political news. It's hard enough keeping up with which sandal brand Gwyneth chooses for Apple let alone what the pollies are up to in Canberra but this one caught my eye. What are your thoughts?
Was it a stunt?
Should parents be allowed to take their children into the senate chamber while it is in session?
Should we all be allowed to bring our kids into the office?
I suppose it would be like me bringing Tinker along to Saturday morning bail court. Comments?