A new support group for single black lesbian disabled mothers on benefits in Dudley, was slammed today by the local Maori population.
'What about us?'
Anger grew as it became clear, that local Maori peoples wouldn't be able to benefit from the proposed scheme, as they don't qualify to join, simply because they originate from New Zealand.
'Spring' of discontent
Discontent sprung up all around Dudley this morning, as calls for action gathered momentum, when the unofficial spokesman for the Maoris, Nigel Clough, rang up his brother for a 'heated phone call' about the situation.
A protest march for Tuesday week, was cancelled at the last minute when 50% of the maoris couldn't make it, as Nigel's brother Colin, realised it clashed with a dental appointment.
Nigel was quoted as saying 'we'll be back, you cant keep us Maoris down. My brother has had unprotected sex at least twice this year, so our numbers could possibly be growing and we will come back bigger and stronger and set up our own, Maori only support group, which all Maoris will be able to join with no fear of discrimination.'