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In a video that went viral last week, a swimming instructor is seen throwing an eight-month-old baby into a swimming pool as part of an infant survival technique. The Loose Women discuss today whether they think it is a good idea and if they would ever try this with their children. Kaye believes we should do everything we can to teach children to swim and highlights the dangers of water, after witnessing a shocking event on holiday as a child and Judi says she would be all for teaching her children to swim this way.
From series 24, broadcast on 02/07/20
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