Daily roundup: Safe houses, antisocial behaviour, and criminal records

Laura McCardle
Friday, May 30, 2014

Report calls for "safe houses" for young Londoners fleeing violence, children's home closed following antisocial behaviour reports, and youth charities encouraged to employ staff with criminal records, all in the news today.

A new report by London Conservatives has recommended the creation of "safe houses" for vulnerable young people. Image: Alex Deverill
A new report by London Conservatives has recommended the creation of "safe houses" for vulnerable young people. Image: Alex Deverill

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