I don't really want to get off into a rant about one of the Mail's rants. Whether it's education, immigration, the economy or the national health service there's rarely a week passes without the Mail climbing onto some reactionary hobby-horse or other. It's almost too commonplace for comment.
The bit that intrigued me was on the poster itself.
Most of it I could only work out with extreme difficulty, but after all the tips have been given, we see this.
"Responsible adults include yr tchaz, parNts n d carers W whom u liv"
Apart from the lack of txtspk on some of the words (presumably because the adults who designed it couldn't work out a readable version) I love that "W whom u liv" a blend of a now uncommon grammatical construction (for most people, especially teens, in spoken English, "that you live with" or just "you live with" is far, far more common) and the txtspk of the poster.
Of course had they put that, the Mail could have had another complaint. Ending sentences with prepositions? The end really would be nigh!