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Hannah Connolly He's free to do whatever he wants to himself long as he's not bothering anyone else.
Yesterday the council's executive member for children's services, Lesley Rickerby, said: "There are many situations where people are doing someone else a favour and letting a child live with them.
The letter, from HM Revenue and Customs, was seeking information about tax credit payments and appeared to be meant for someone else and contained what Mr Leech believed to be his age, address, national insurance and income.
You can get Hepatitis C from blood transfusions, from tattoos, from doing coke if you share the same note with someone else when you're snorting coke.
In simple terms, everyone else in the country pays higher taxes and insurance premiums to protect property that is uninsurable under any rational system.