Daily roundup: Immigration detention, Scottish children's wards, and ‘peer courts'

Neil Puffett
Monday, February 25, 2013

Outrage over the decision to sanction the use force on pregnant women in immigration detention, a call for a review of children's wards in Scotland, and a 'peer sentencing' pilot Hampshire, all in the news today.

The government has gone back on the decision that force should not be used on pregnant women in immigration detention. Credit: Phil Adams
The government has gone back on the decision that force should not be used on pregnant women in immigration detention. Credit: Phil Adams

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