Lost relations

6th July 2007 at 01:00
Two-thirds of teenagers say they have not been taught about personal relationships in sex-education lessons. Seventy per cent of girls and 61 per cent of boys aged over 17 told a UK Youth Parliament survey that they had not learnt about relationships at school. The survey of 21,608 pupils also revealed that 45 per cent had not been taught about teenage pregnancy.


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