PLANS to teach sex education to five-year-old children have been slammed by a Fylde coast Euro MP.
UKIP’s Paul Nuttall said: “Sex education should not be made compulsory in primary schools, as supported by the LibDems.
At present it is up to individual schools and I would encourage parents to contact their children’s schools to ascertain what policy they have on this matter.
“Following protests there have, quite rightly, been moves to stop retailers stocking clothing which sexualises young children.
“The innocence of childhood is precious but it is increasingly under attack.”