Stay-at-home sums

2nd February 2001 at 00:00
The Sun

Paying mums to stay at home with their kids may seem like a good idea. But who would really be paying them? Not the Government. It doesn't have any money. No, te bill would be footed by the taxpayer. So you would work hard to reward someone else for staying at home. As ever, political correctness comes with a high price.

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