Boys believe pressuring girls into bed is ‘acceptable’

Teenage boys believe using pressure and alcohol to get girls into bed is ‘acceptable’

Teenage boys think it is acceptable to pressure girls into having sex and will use ‘tactics’ such as plying them with alcohol, a study has found.
Some display ‘alarming’ attitudes to rape, the researchers warned.
The study, which explored attitude among 14 to 16-year
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Welcome relief for struggling families as food price inflation plunges

Food price inflation is dropping sharply, bringing relief to millions of consumers.
Falls in the price of oil and crops such as wheat, potatoes and other vegetables are feeding through to shopping bills.
Figures from the British Retail Consortium show annual food price inflation came down from 9.1 per cent in September to 7.5 per cent last month.
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Fostering ban for smokers comes under fire from carers

A ban on smokers fostering children was criticised yesterday. The ban, the first of its kind, is being imposed in one London borough, Redbridge, but may extend to the rest of the country.

The idea is to protect foster children from the dangers of passive smoking. But some carers and smokers’ rights groups claim the policy is unfair and amounts to discrimination.

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