A new publication from the OECD suggests that high public spending in the UK on child welfare and education is failing to deliver results. The report, entitled Doing Better for Children, suggests that Britain has high rates of teenage pregnancy, drunkenness, and young people not in education, employment or training. However, the UK is considered to score well compared to other countries with regards to child poverty and school satisfaction; a summary of the main findings pertaining to Britain is available.


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