Children in Pubs

England and Wales now permit pubs to obtain "children's certificates" which permit them to accomodate children of any age in a pub before 9:00 p.m. if they are accompanied by an adult.

As the Home Secretary explained, allowing children into pubs would enable them to see people drinking sensibly and give them a civilized introduction to alcohol.


Reference:

  • The Times (London), 3-20-93.

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