Welsh smack less

17th October 2008 at 01:00

Welsh mothers are less likely to smack their children than those in other home nations, a new study suggests. Half said they never smacked their five-year-olds for being naughty. A further 40 per cent said they rarely smacked. The researchers are tracking more than 15,000 UK children born during the first two years of the new millennium.

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