State steals authority from adults
An official power grab is creating a British society that has no control over its children
Publisher: Guardian Weekly
Date Written: 02/10/2009
Year Published: 2009
Resource Type: Article
Adults no longer have the authority to reprimand or comment on the behaviour of children whom they are not the guardians of. Adults who directly speak to children about inappropriate behavious even if such behaviour is directed toward their own children, are increasingly facing legal consequences.
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