Campaigners to continue fight against new antisocial behaviour legislation

Neil Puffett
Monday, March 17, 2014

Campaigners have vowed to fight parts of the government's new antisocial behaviour laws after the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act received royal assent.

The act allows children to be imprisoned from the age of 14 for antisocial behaviour. Picture: Jim Varney/posed by models
The act allows children to be imprisoned from the age of 14 for antisocial behaviour. Picture: Jim Varney/posed by models

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