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The children are revolting

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Last night, I visited another country: The Children’s Republic of Shoreditch. Working with the Ministry of Stories, a group of Hackney children have declared independence from the UK. It has its own embassy.

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The Children’s Republic also has its own postal service (puts ours to shame) and, most importantly, its own spy network. Its immigration policy is somewhat lax, given that I was able to get a passport in about five minutes’ flat.

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When I left the country, I was given a lovely goodie bag. My favourite item was a small head of the country’s national official vegetable. Image

On Saturdays from 10-4, for the next few weeks, British and other foreign nationals may visit the country’s embassy. But only if they’re nice and well behaved. For example, the country’s postal staff has a zero tolerance policy for rude letters:

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The Embassy has a freshly-painted yellow sign and can be found at 156 Hoxton Street, London, N16SH.

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