Terrorist attacks often leave children without parents and real economic struggle on top of all the emotional turmoil and pain.
France’s minister for the family, Laurence Rossignol, has encouraged the families of children who lost a parent in the 13 November attacks to request the status of “ward of the nation”, which dates back to World War One and could entitle the child to grants and subsidies for their education and early adult life. It;s a small compensation for their loss and the sacrifices they have given for their country.
Why don’t we do that in the UK?
This would send an incredibly strong message that we all society supports them.