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Family are ‘role models’ for girls – but boys prefer Becks

Girls are more likely to consider family members as role models than boys, research has revealed. The detailed study carried out among 1,000 11 to 18 year olds also found that girls are less influenced by celebrities or public figures than their male counterparts. The results showed that the average girl’s top five role models [...]


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David Beckham tops list of roles models for boys – ahead of dad

Dads have been dealt a blow – as they came second to David Beckham in a poll of kids’ role models. The study, carried out among 1,000 11-18 year olds, found boys place dads in second place to the former Real Madrid and England star, with Wimbledon winner Andy Murray in third. Mum came fourth, [...]


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Grand Gestures

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One in three Brits now keep in touch with grandparents and elderly relatives by text message, email and even Facebook, a study has revealed. Instead of picking up the phone, many elderly people are now using social networking sites to update their relatives, with 15% claiming their grandparents are regular users of Facebook. More than one [...]


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Pocket Money in the North

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Kids in the north of England earn more pocket money than those down south – but are made to work for it, a study revealed yesterday. Researchers found pampered children who live south of Birmingham can expect to pocket around £6,935.76 throughout their childhood – for doing very little. But those who live in the [...]


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Pocket Money Patterns

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Frugal parents are encouraging their children to work for their pocket money rather than handing it over for doing nothing, it emerged yesterday. Research revealed the days of kids being presented with a weekly hand-out have been replaced by a more modern PAYE style system. A study found more than half of parents now price [...]


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Kids up north pocket more cash

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Kids face a north-south divide when it comes to pocket money – with those further up the country earning more, it emerged yesterday. Researchers found youngsters north of the border earn on average £175.76 more throughout their childhood compared to their southern counterparts – but are MORE likely to have to work for it. Children [...]


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