‘Disgraceful’ Covid-19 restrictions on children in prison to end in March

Fiona Simpson
Friday, January 14, 2022

Secondary legislation which allowed children in prison to be locked in cells for up to 22 hours a day at the height of the pandemic will end in March, it has been confirmed.

Children faced 22 hours a day in cells under the rules. Picture: Adobe Stock
Children faced 22 hours a day in cells under the rules. Picture: Adobe Stock

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