"Obviously I didn't know the content of the booklet.
By the time I got home from work my daughter had taken it out of her bag, left it on the table, it had been opened and she had read some of the material, including some of the items on page 15 which were absolutely horrendous." Called 'Cyber Safety for Parents and Guardians' and produced by Alan Farrell, a Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal, the 20-page booklet outlines information on Facebook, Snapchat, Tinder and Kik for parents and guardians to be aware of, with a particular focus on cyber bullying.
Detectives believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Skripal poisonings and are “sure” they are Russian, according to a report.
I know because I teach children every day that this is not something that all children are doing.
"I think it is very irresponsible and an absolute disgrace.
I am so upset about it I spoke to my principal and he said he wouldn't put it in a sixth year's bag.
"The content that is in that is normalising what a small minority of children are doing.