I think if you read what I said etheltbags1 you will see that I suggested that wrap around care be provided, using the current monies paid out in allowances and child credit, in order that everyone who needs to, could work. I actually feel that, although it may be wonderful to be at home with small children, your first obligation is to put a roof over their head and food on the table.
If it was obvious that there was no payment coming with the children then I think you would find the level of women having children they have no means to support would drop. There is a problem with someone who becomes an unsupported parent in circumstances beyond their control but even then it is best for the women concerned and the best lesson for the children to understand that you are supposed to support yourself.
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