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We should be ashamed of what we’re doing to Britain’s children | Owen Jones

The intolerable pressures placed on our girls and boys are resulting in shockingly high levels of mental health problems A society should be judged by how it treats its children. A country that fails to invest in its children is imperilling its future. And that’s why we should all be alarmed by the crisis of mental health among Britain’s girls and boys – and the chronic lack of support to overcome it.
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