I'm busy over the next couple of days (a combination of Christmas parties, night shifts and *thankfully* a chance to see Laura).
As you know I love reading your comments and have learnt a lot from the discussions that go on here.
So I thought I would leave you with an ethical dilemma to chew over for the next couple of days – this situation is purely made up and hasn't happened to anyone I know. It also has nothing to do with me – it's all a fantasy to spark discussion.
You are due to work with a new crewmate on a permanent basis. The person you are to work with has been in the job for two years. While idly flicking through some websites you discover that your new crewmate is a fully paid up member of the BNP party (a UK far right political party, 'throw out immigrants, British people come first and throw out all immigrants' would be a fair summing up of their policies), It appears that management do not know this and the LAS has a strong anti-racist stance.
What would do, and could you work with them?
Talk to you all on Monday.