“The ‘pocket money gap’ is an alternative fact”

“However, hard pressed parents – fear not! It turns out that there are alternative facts. Research published last year shows it costs 46 percent more to raise a girl than to bring up a boy. Apparently, before the age of 18, daughters have roughly £30,000 more spent on them than sons. Although boys might get a little more pocket money each week, girls get more spent on clothes, activities, accessories, toiletries and shoes. Girls might lose on the chocolate bars but they are gaining in designer trainers.”

“The ‘pocket money gap’ is an alternative fact”


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