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Comment #1588327 by margaret

margaret Sep 13th 2013, 9:38 AM #

I see nothing wrong with it. Years ago, pubs were places where we had lengthy conversations, met people at random and engaged with each other. Kids today knock back naggins, go out clubbing and crawl home. It would be good for them to rediscover the charm of the pub, relax over a pint, instead of frantically downing it, and reconnect and engage with their parents and the wider intergenerational world.

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Poll: Is the 'bring your teenager to a pub' initiative a good one?

Poll: Is the 'bring your teenager to a pub' initiative a good one?

Proponents believe it will discourage binge drinking.

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