Pupils get trigger happy

28th February 2003 at 00:00
(Photograph) - YOU be Saddam, I'll be Bush. Children at New River Green early-years centre, in north London, brandish their own weapons of mass destruction.

Nursery teachers around the country have reported an increase in pupils playing war games as the Iraq crisis deepens. But experts say these war games should not cause alarm as they can be a healthy expression of natural fears.

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