Pocket money is on a roll

8th April 2005 at 01:00
Welsh schoolchildren get more than pound;5 more pocket money than the national UK average. Young people aged between seven and 16 in Wales receive an average of pound;13.51 per week, compared with pound;8.37 for all children in the UK. The Halifax building society, which conducted the survey, found pocket-money levels had risen by four times the rate of inflation.

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