The Boundary Commission will today embark upon consultation with UK parents to redraw what is now considered to be acceptable behaviour for children.
"For too long has the Victorian ideal of children 'being seen and not heard' has ruled the roost, but we need to modernise our parental attitudes in this increasingly technolocical and violent world" said Teresa Mount-Sinclair of tehBoudary Commission.
"Already our consultations with parents have thrown up some surprising data, for instance parents in Preston see nothing wrong in entering a child into organised cage fighting, whilst children in Tottenham, Birmingham and Manchester are actively encouraged to engage in looting and rioting. Meanwhile, Liverpool children in the areas around Anfield and Goodison have shown a strong aptitude for commerce and random car vandalism"
Some evidence also shows that there needs to be further assessments of film classification, the legal age for sex and drinking as more and more children under the legal permitted age are embarking upon these activities.
"What we are trying to do is reset the nations moral compass where children are concerned, to give guidelines that will make the little shits look more appealing."
Opponents of the the proposals are quick to point out that sooner or later whatever boundaries are set teny will soon be pushed to breaking point, and that "it's down to the parents to actively police their own children's behaviour, and not the Nanny state." said Jo Frost of off TV's Supernanney.