The UNICEF report into child well-being has acted as a lightning conductor for opinion across the political spectrum.
It has also generated headlines that in this one issue say so much about the various newspapers and their editorial stance. A comparison made me smile. If I’d not matched them up, I’m sure you’d have had no trouble guessing!
Independent: Our national disease is lack of parental time Independent: If we want to help children, the state has to step in. But will ministers dare advocate this?
Times: Blind feminism has hurt our children
Guardian: Give our children more respect, urge campaigners
Daily Mail: Blame game amid Britain’s child scandal
Daily Mail: The sick family of Europe
Telegraph: Children need stability and boundaries more than money
Express: When childhood really was tough