Heard this on the radio this morning: "A Welsh primary school has banned Mother's Day activities to avoid upsetting children without mums. A national children's charity last night condemned the decision at Johnstown Primary School, near Carmarthen, where children will not be allowed to make Mother's Day cards during lessons. The decision was made to avoid upsetting any children who have lost, or no longer live with, their mothers. The controversy over Mothering Sunday, which falls on March 18, has been attacked as another victory for political correctness over common sense. But teaching unions have said there may well been a sensible reason behind it." Here we go again.