Sting says he's NOT leaving his fortune to his children. Is this fair?
Should parents help their children with hand outs or even try and leave them something in a will? Rock star Sting says that he will not be leaving any of his £180 million pound fortune to his children. The former Police frontman said he expects his three sons and three daughters to work for a living. So is he right, should children make their own way or should they expect their parents to help them out? Commentators Seamus Close and Andrea McVeigh