Jun 8, 2017
2686 GB adults surveyed
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A father in Singapore is suing his son's school principal for confiscating his mobile phone for 3 months. The school has a ban on using mobile phones during school hours, punishable by a 3 month confiscation. However, the phone belonged to the father, who had lent it to his son that day, and the school refused to return it to the father. Do you think the school should return the phone to the father or keep it for the 3 month period?
Following the terror attack in Manchester, tattoo parlours in the local area have been offering symbolic tattoos and pledging to donate the proceeds to a charity helping victims of the attack. However one tattoo parlour decided after collecting the money for Manchester victims to instead donate the proceeds to a single mum in the area in need of life saving surgery unconnected to the attack. They justified their move saying they felt a huge amount of money had already been raised for the Manchester victims. Do you think the tattoo parlour was right or wrong to do this?