Dear Jayda...

For the past few weeks my marriage to my husband hasn’t quite been what it once was. He’s been distant and barely talking to me. Recently I decided to change things by planning a romantic night in together. I even went to the butcher so I could cook his favourite steak dinner. But when we sat down to eat, he took one bite before breaking down and confessing he has fallen out of love with me. Now I just don’t know what I’m supposed to do. I still love him but can we still be together?

Jayda says...

This is a clear-cut case of halal butchers serving halal meat to good honest British people.  When your husband ate that steak, it caused him to say something to upset you. Try writing to your MP to convince them to ban halal butchers in Britain.

Dear Jayda...

My wife and I have a 6-month-old daughter. She has my blond hair and fair complexion and I’m worried she might burn very easily in the sun, like I do. My wife doesn’t get sunburned and I don’t think she realises the dangers. Every time I try to cover our daughter’s face when it’s sunny, she uncovers it and tells me not to fuss. What should I do?

Jayda says...

Your wife is absolutely right not to cover your daughter’s face. Burkas should be banned! It’s a disgusting insult to our culture to force young British girls to wear such garments and you should be ashamed of yourself.

Dear Jayda...

I’m terribly worried about my husband’s job security. He’s been in and out of employment since I met him but over the last year he’s spent 7 months unemployed. We have 2 young children and we just can’t afford the rent on benefits. I’m worried that we’ll have to cancel Christmas!

Jayda says...

Cancelling Christmas is political correctness gone mad! We can’t abandon our English traditions just in case someone gets offended! You should have every right to celebrate Christmas in your own country, don’t even think about cancelling!