Mr Cameron said: "It's high time runaway dads were stigmatised
, and the full force of shame was heaped upon them.
Ms Blears denied that targeting these children meant they were being stigmatised
or unfairly singled out.
By abolishing them we are signalling that our children should be respected, not stigmatised
, and by lifting this bureaucratic burden setting our teachers free to teach.
Lorry driver's son Pav Akhtar, 23, at Cambridge University, said working class students would be stigmatised
by such a policy.
Interviews with 142 obese adults found many felt stigmatised
, shamed and blamed by government health campaigns.
She also warned it could lead to youngsters being stigmatised
and singled out by their peers -- particularly if they were seen to be given preferential treatment as a result of their parents' law-breaking.
For years the Catholic Church stigmatised
babies born out of wedlock.
The Garvens, from Chester, say the misunderstanding has left them feeling stigmatised
and has added to their distress in the wake of their daughter's death.