Britain’s desperately unhappy children need more time with mummy – and less online –

When we opened the phone lines in October 1986, we were inundated with calls. Thanks to the anonymity of the phone line, young people felt safe to ask for help, and the vast majority of calls were about physical and sexual abuse. From the very start we heard from children who felt life was not worth living, usually because they were being threatened into silence by their abusers. Some things have improved since then, but the numbers of suicidal children…


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