Today is the day when Wandsworth secondary school places are announced. For the last few years, I had a big problem with the fact that Nappyvalleynet is censoring related content and removing or disabling comments on any relevant posts. Am I the only one? As an ex Head of Comms for a very well know international internet company, I firmly believe in monitoring sites for inappropriate or abusive content, however, I also firmly believe in freedom of speech. I believe the removal of school admission related content was a request from the Wandsworth council a few years ago, with which the site readily complied with. However, I also believe that this is very wrong. There are topics and issues in Britain that are far more sensitive these days but still openly discussed. This is honestly the only example of censorship I can see and I really struggle to understand it (while I understand the pressure they may be facing from their advertising partners and the council). You are either a discussion platform or you are not. I would be interested to hear other people's thoughts and to understand the basis of this decision.