A nation of couch potatoes

24th March 2000 at 00:00
A survey of primary schools has raised fears about the future health of the nation's children. According to the report by Sport Englnd, only 11 per cent of six to eight-year-olds spent two hours or more a week in PE lessons, down 32 per cent from 1995.

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