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Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by Mattecube, Aug 15, 2019.
This in stoke ?
Wow that's shocking behaviour..kids off today are tight little sh*ts
That's true ...no discipline from parents most of the time
The amount of times I got wrapped with a belt ..that was just from being late .. when was out with friends when younger ...I learned quickly
Smacking children to be banned in Wales. Parents are to be banned from physically punishing children under legislation being introduced on Monday by the Welsh government. ... The law would remove the defence of “reasonable punishment” that has been in force since Victorian times in England and Wales.24 Mar 2019
that's ok Brighton isn't in Wales
Smacking a child is illegal in England if it can be considered an offence under another law, for example child cruelty, wounding or grievous bodily harm.
This might be where a child is left marked after being hit by an item such as a belt.
yep aware of that
was trying to be humorous but there you go!
As a side not non of my children were ever smacked
Sorry i didnt get it, to much geographical humour from the Missus
There are lots of ways to discipline a child without the need to hit. I think times change and most people recognise that these days.
Well that depends. Parents of an autistic child, or ADS, may well disagree with your generalisation. And I am such a parent.
Its never the Parents fault a cattle prod would probably work to and no risk of bruising
I strongly suggest you do not comment about subjects you have little or no idea about. And that's the polite version.
Since you liked the "Fear of the Belt " Post I thought this would be right up your street
The police will do nothing, even got the cctv clear video of the pricks.
but how did the Daily Fail get hold of it?
Personally, I'd even say more reason not to smack but that's just my opinion. And yes my children aren't autistic/ADS so haven't experienced that personally, though I know parents whose kids are and yes it is difficult for them to control their child on occasion.
Is this the same clown (wouldn't really describe him as a cyclist) almost getting squashed by a Merc?