85 per cent of London children save their pocket money

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85 per cent of London children save their pocket money
8th December 2014

Nathan Rao, Consumer Affairs Expert, discusses the findings of a recent survey which found 85 per cent of London's youngsters save at least half of their pocket money. 

The survey asked seven to 16-year-olds to share their habits. 

Wake Up London chatted to Nathan Rao to discuss whether the survey is presenting a rose-tinted view of things or whether it means Londoners are giving their children far too much pocket money.
 

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