Thanks for all answers.
As the rule in this country remains like this nobody is going to learn responsibilities even if they become mums/dads . That is why so many babies die when they are under their own parents care.
Children should be taught how to take care of others when at their young age . Accidents can happen at any time , anywhere and in anybody’s hands. Even this accidents can happen if we left child with child care people who makes the law or with the police who warns others.
No parents leave their children alone if they are not responsible and we can’t guarantee that no accidents /incidents will happen when they left their responsible children alone.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-12380329
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Child development specialist and author of Toxic Childhood Sue Palmer argues that parents, as well as too much legislation in the UK, are part of the problem.
"Children are becoming less competent because they are being treated like carefully protected pets.
"Unless you let them take on chores and take responsibility for their own behaviour and learn to deal with real time, space and people, you won't be able to leave them in charge of another child."
"We are almost legislating ourselves into a world built on accountability procedures and bureaucracy and statistics, and that's a very unpleasant world."
And this is, she says, fast making the UK a laughing stock among its European neighbours, where a 14-year-old in charge of a three-year-old is considered normal behaviour.
Because of this law and caution no parents dare to leave even their responsible children alone . The quote is absolutely right !!