The prime minister's Respect Task Force is to fund 70 child psychologists dubbed "super nannies". The super nannies are to target bad behaviour hot spots around the UK.
The move comes after the Institute for Public Policy Research carried out a survey in which the UK's children were found to be the worst behaved in Europe.
A Mori poll showed that 53% of people blame poor parenting as the main cause of bad behaviour and 85% blamed parents for allowing children to become out of control. The chief executive of the children's charity NCH, Clare Tickell, said the move was "good news" but that more could be done.
Q. Do you believe that a super nanny is a viable alternative to strong discipline, when dealing with out of control youths?
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