Daily roundup: Antisocial behaviour, free schools, and child detention

Neil Puffett
Monday, October 14, 2013

Nuisance injunctions will "promote intolerance of youth"; Labour backs free schools; and hundreds of children locked up in police cells each week, all in the news today.

The government is reforming antisocial behaviour powers. Image: Robin Hammond
The government is reforming antisocial behaviour powers. Image: Robin Hammond

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