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What do you think, I ask my husband. I'm writing about smacking children. Should I admit to smacking Miranda our often intensely annoying eight-year-old tomboy daughter.
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Naughty girl too, more often my younger bruv got me into trouble! With my daughter I smacked her bum once when she was 3 and she turned around straight away and said it didn't hurt! I hope.
We told Jerome we had a flight to catch. He was aware of our timings. He took a long time to get the bill and flirted with a french lady instead of taking our payment.
WHILE some Brits will have been smacked by their parents as a child - and think it is OK - many see it as an unnecessary and harmful punishment. Here we tell you everything you need to know about smacking kids, and whether or not it's allowed by law It is illegal for a parent or carer to smack their own child, except where it amounts to "reasonable punishment", according to section 58 of the Children Act Hitting a child in a way which causes wounding, actual bodily harm, grievous bodily harm or child cruelty are all illegal.
Thursday 12 September UK News feed. THE former headmaster of one of the country's leading preparatory schools, attended by the Countess of Wessex, walked from court yesterday after pleading guilty to nine charges of indecently assaulting pupils. Robin Peverett: arrogant.
The man, inebriated when he boarded the rush-hour bus, smacked the year-old on the buttocks and made an insulting comment about her breasts, before a squabble with the bus driver, who jammed the doors shut while police were alerted. Court and justice ministry officials said the fine was the first imposed under legislation that seeks to deter predatory remarks and harassing actions such as wolf-whistles, which are fairly commonplace in public life in France. The sentence comes weeks after an episode of violent sexual harassment in the street was captured on CCTV footage. In the video, a man who had wolf-whistled a year-old woman outside a Paris cafe was seen punching her in the face after she rebuffed him with sharp words.