If Prime Minister Gaston Browne has his way, corporal punishment will be abolished not only in schools but in homes.
The consensus of Cabinet arrived at last week is that corporal punishment should be made illegal in schools.
However, Prime Minister Gaston Browne says when it comes to corporal punishment in homes, widespread consultation is needed.
Speaking on Pointe FM yesterday, the Prime Minister appeared to be personally against the practice.
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