Are babysitters getting a bad deal?

A mother has sparked a heated online debate after admitting that she begrudges paying her babysitter the minimum wage.

The woman - who goes by the alias Niloufes on parenting site Mumsnet - said her babysitter had requested a pay rise from £6 an hour to £7.20, in line with the minimum wage. The mother went on to say she felt £7.20 was a bit steep for 'just sitting and watching TV'.

Do you think baby sitters should be paid the minimum wage? Perhaps you think they should be paid even more? Or do you agree with this lady that £7.20 is a bit much? We'd love to hear from you!

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