It’s that time of year. Parents will be crowding into their offspring’s primary school, seating themselves awkwardly on small-child sized seating, to watch this year’s Nativity Play. Maybe the recorder group will play a few carols.
Those children will be eagerly anticipating new toys to play with when Father Christmas squeezes himself down their (probably non-existent) chimney.
After the Christmas excess, we might all need to play a few games of badminton, football, whatever, to burn off those calories.
Politicians can take a few days off from playing with our futures.
Anyway, don’t play the innocent with us. Don’t pretend you have no ideas. Show us what you can do with ‘play.’