pound;10 million to reduce pregnancies

7th January 2000 at 00:00
THE GOVERNMENT has launched a pound;10 million drive to cut the number of teenage mothers. Grants to local education authorities will fund projects to show girls the ralities of parenthood and to support them at school if they decide to keep their babies. Britain has the worst record of teenage pregnancies in Europe.

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