Thousands of children are growing up in shipping containers, office blocks and B&Bs, a new report from Children’s Commissioner for England reveals
The report on serious youth violence from the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee labels government policy "completely inadequate" and recommends focusing on prevention.
New figures show that exclusions increasingly impact the most vulnerable children at a hugely disproportionate rate.
The Westminster Hall debate taking place today comes after pressure from a coalition of organisations seeking an end to child imprisonment in England and Wales.
The London Housing Panel has been established by the Mayor of London and Trust for London to help shape housing policy in the capital.
The winners Youth Justice Champion Awards have been announced at the Youth Justice Legal Centre's Youth Justice Summit.
The review makes 30 recommendations for change to the current regime, including for schools to be made accountable for unlawful exclusions.
"Youth Justice Law and Practice", published by Legal Action Group, is a major new guide to youth justice law by Kate Aubrey-Johnson, Shauneen Lambe and Jennifer Twite.
The decision not to raise fees for residency and citizenship applications in 2019 is welcome, but the government should now consider lowering fees that are causing distress and instability for young migrants.