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Some classes of experts we should dispence with because they've been very dangerous. When I was in your studio nine years ago, talking about economics, it was an expert problem. There is something we call an expert problem. There is an expert problem we just have to train society to distinguish.
Sky News
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OK, great, and to talk to you. Thank you for sharing your expertise. We appreciate it, thank you. A majority of Britons think children should be taught about pornography and sexting in schools. A new poll commissioned by a charity revealed that 75% of adults want children to learn about the impact of pornography, while 71% would like to see classes on sexting.
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Stay with us. Hello again. You Sky News. A majority of Britons think children should be taught about pornography and sexting in schools. A new poll commissioned by a charity revealed that 75% of adults want children to learn about the impact of pornography. While 71%would like to see classes on sexting. Of those surveyed 86 percent think sexual consent should be taught And 82% want lessons on violence and abuse in relationships.
Sky News
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While 71% would like to see classes on sexting. Of those surveyed, 86% think sexual consent should be taught and 82% want lessons on violence and abuse in relationships. MUSIC PLAYS Festivities have kicked off to mark the launch of the UK - India year of culture at Buckingham Palace today.
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A new poll revealed that 75% of adults want children to learn about the impact of pornography. While 71% would like to see classes on sexting. Of those surveyed, 86% think sexual consent should be taught and 82% want lessons on violence and abuse in relationships.
Daily Express
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A new poll revealed that 75% of adults want children to learn about the impact of pornography. While 71% would like to see classes on sexting. Of those surveyed 86% think sexual consent should be taught and 82% want lessons on violence and abuse in relationships. And later this hour we'll be discussing whether children should be taught about sexting and pornography in schools.
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A poll conducted by Plan International UK indicates that the tide of public opinion is firmly in favour of change. Three-quarters of respondents agree that pornography should be covered in sex education classes, while only seven per cent disagree. Barron welcomed the findings, saying: "Parents are simply demanding that their children's education reflects the 21st-century reality of their lives." Greening has said she is "looking at the issue", says the BBC , but so far no changes have been proposed by the government. UK News sex education children NSPCC
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Same classes, it makes a big difference, that's not what an education system should do. We are just hearing some breaking news about Sir Gerald Kaufman, a well-known MP, he has died aged 86, father of the House, a very controversial figure at times.
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-- Baron Chakrabarti. Jamie Reed has responded in kind, he has said that he will spend the day tweeting in all of the ways that he and the Labour government helped Copeland while he was in office. With a hashtag, tellshami. Others have said that the very worst person to be talking about connecting with the working classes is Shami Chakrabarti.
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