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Should parents be fined for their Children's anti-social behaviour?

According to Willie O'Dea, Fianna Fail's spokesperson on social protection, parents whose childre...

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10.08 13 May 2019


Should parents be fined for their Children's anti-social behaviour?


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10.08 13 May 2019


According to Willie O'Dea, Fianna Fail's spokesperson on social protection, parents whose children "run riot", tormenting neighbours by engaging in anti-social behaviour, should face fines or have social welfare payments cut to tackle the issue.

Victoria White, Columnist with the Herald, strongly disagrees with the former defence Minister's comments and she speaks to Shane on the programme tell him why. 


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