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Daily Mirror
Killer rapper releases song he recorded in prison on his mobile phoneHe is being held with other notorious lags in Category A Belmarsh Prison, South
Killer rapper releases song he recorded in prison on his mobile phone
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
He is being held with other notorious lags in Category A Belmarsh Prison, South East London. But in another shocking example of our failing prison system, 24-year-old Agera made a mockery of the tight security at Belmarsh by recording a vocal track... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Grasping MPs claim £800,000 in freebies in the last 12 months aloneAnd as they prepare to trouser another £1,000 on their annual pay, a Sunday Mir
Grasping MPs claim £800,000 in freebies in the last 12 months alone
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
And as they prepare to trouser another £1,000 on their annual pay, a Sunday Mirror investigation can reveal that many are enjoying wining, dining and jet-setting beyond the wildest dreams of most of their constituents. While the junkets, benefits... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Will Eurosceptic Roundheads claim Cameron’s head in Tory civil war?Let us allow our imaginations free rein for a moment. The Scots take advantage
Will Eurosceptic Roundheads claim Cameron’s head in Tory civil war?
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
Let us allow our imaginations free rein for a moment. The Scots take advantage of the predicament the king of the Conservatives is in and sell him back to Parliament for a princely sum. The PM loses his head, figuratively speaking, and is removed... Read more
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metro
Plans to house Islamic terrorists in a 'British Alcatraz' style prison unveiledThe proposed jail, which would be similar to Alcatraz (pictured), would hold al
Plans to house Islamic terrorists in a 'British Alcatraz' style prison unveiled
metro / Posted 9 hours ago
The proposed jail, which would be similar to Alcatraz (pictured), would hold all 131 Islamist inmates convicted of terror offences in a single secure unit (Picture: Alamy) Plans to set up a single jail that would house all Islamic terrorists under... Read more
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express
Britain's Alcatraz: Government wants single high-security prison for Islamic terrorists ALL convicted Islamist terrorists in England and Wales could be locked up tog
Britain's Alcatraz: Government wants single high-security prison for Islamic terrorists
express / Posted 10 hours ago
ALL convicted Islamist terrorists in England and Wales could be locked up together in a single high-security prison being dubbed the British Alcatraz. The... Read more
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Click Liverpool
Woolton Golf Course “should remain a green space” – Click LiverpoolIt is understood that Liverpool City Council are set to declare that Woolton Go
Woolton Golf Course “should remain a green space” – Click Liverpool
Click Liverpool / Posted 12 hours ago
It is understood that Liverpool City Council are set to declare that Woolton Golf Course “should remain a green space”. Councillors are set to act after members at the golf club voted in favour of selling the land in a deal worth millions of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Michael Gove and Chris Grayling: We're getting smart on crime, not going softCriminals in custody must be kept occupied with useful activity, whether studyi
Michael Gove and Chris Grayling: We're getting smart on crime, not going soft
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
Criminals in custody must be kept occupied with useful activity, whether studying towards educational qualifications or doing worthwhile work. But without support on release, these gains can go to waste. One of the biggest failings that we inherited... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Religion bulletin, Feb. 13AWAKE worship series: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Hendersonville Presbyterian Church, 699
Religion bulletin, Feb. 13
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 16 hours ago
AWAKE worship series: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Hendersonville Presbyterian Church, 699 N. Grove St., Hendersonville. Visit fireinthemountain.com or call 692-3211. First Congregational United Church of Christ Adult Forum: 9:15 a.m. Sundays, 1735 Fifth Ave.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Keep convicted Islamist terrorists in one prison, says reviewThe proposal to hold terrorists separately was reportedly raised in discussions
Keep convicted Islamist terrorists in one prison, says review
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 hours ago
The proposal to hold terrorists separately was reportedly raised in discussions as part of a review into radicalisation in jails. The study, ordered by Michael Gove, is being carried out by Ian Acheson, a former prison governor. A Whitehall source... Read more
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heraldscotland
Unity: Cameron already said to have one eye on post-EU vote reshuffle to help heal Tory woundsLabour’s Chris Bryant teased the Eurosceptic Commons Leader Chris Grayling this
Unity: Cameron already said to have one eye on post-EU vote reshuffle to help heal Tory wounds
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
Labour’s Chris Bryant teased the Eurosceptic Commons Leader Chris Grayling this week when he said once Mr Cameron made his Commons statement after the summit, the bandage would be removed and those UK ministers, who wanted Brexit, would be free to... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Government considers single secure jail unit for Islamist terroristsThe government is seriously considering placing all convicted Islamist terroris
Government considers single secure jail unit for Islamist terrorists
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
The government is seriously considering placing all convicted Islamist terrorist prisoners in England and Wales in a single secure unit, a proposal for a British “Alcatraz” that is prompting alarm among prison chiefs. The idea would overturn 50... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Religion bulletin, Feb. 13

Events

AWAKE worship series:

Religion bulletin, Feb. 13
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday

Events

AWAKE worship series: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Hendersonville Presbyterian Church, 699 N. Grove St., Hendersonville. Visit fireinthemountain.com or call 692-3211.

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Daily Mirror
Junior doctors do care unlike the Tories says Fiona PhillipsThey must be whooping with glee and pulling tinnies from the fridge Down Under.
Junior doctors do care unlike the Tories says Fiona Phillips
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
They must be whooping with glee and pulling tinnies from the fridge Down Under. Because, while our NHS is now under threat following Jeremy Hunt’s imposition of a disputed contract on junior doctors, they’ll be laying down the red carpet in... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Waldoboro man pleads guilty to series of burglariesCody L. Beal, 22, formerly of Damariscotta, pleaded guilty or no contest to six
Waldoboro man pleads guilty to series of burglaries
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
Cody L. Beal, 22, formerly of Damariscotta, pleaded guilty or no contest to six counts of Class B burglary, five counts of Class C theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, one count of Class D theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, and seven... Read more
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Daily Mirror
5 pieces of bad news the Tories tried to buryYesterday saw MPs depart for a week’s holiday and, as usual, the Government use
5 pieces of bad news the Tories tried to bury
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
Yesterday saw MPs depart for a week’s holiday and, as usual, the Government used it to take out the trash. While the attention was focused on Jeremy Hunt’s decision to impose the new contracts on junior doctors, ministers quietly buried other bits... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Court must stay in Workington - town MPChaos caused by the December floods proves that West Cumbria needs a court, Wor
Court must stay in Workington - town MP
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Chaos caused by the December floods proves that West Cumbria needs a court, Workington MP Sue Hayman said. Sue Hayman, MP for Workington, with some of the petition for the save our courts campaign Mrs Hayman has written to Secretary of State... Read more
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birminghammail
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 11That’s all for our live news updates today. Andy Richardson will be bringing yo
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 11
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
That’s all for our live news updates today. Andy Richardson will be bringing you more of the latest news, sport, travel and weather tomorrow morning before I return to take you through to the end of the working week. Good night! Another look back... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow to handle more cases following Kendal court closureA BARROW court is set to deal with more cases after it was confirmed that Kenda
Barrow to handle more cases following Kendal court closure
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A BARROW court is set to deal with more cases after it was confirmed that Kendal court will close. It was announced on Thursday that 86 courthouses across England and Wales are to be closed as part of a £700m revamp to modernise the justice... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Michael Gove to close 86 courts. Is yours one of them?MICHAEL Gove is to close nearly a fifth of the courts in England and Wales. Th
Michael Gove to close 86 courts. Is yours one of them?
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
MICHAEL Gove is to close nearly a fifth of the courts in England and Wales. The Justice Secretary will axe 86 of the 450 court buildings in a move which he claimed would save £500million. But Labour said the move could lead to some people being... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Courts at Lowestoft, King’s Lynn and Bury St Edmunds to shut despite local opposition Solicitors from Cole Bentley and Co, Norton Peskett, Breydons and Powleys cam
Courts at Lowestoft, King’s Lynn and Bury St Edmunds to shut despite local opposition
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Solicitors from Cole Bentley and Co, Norton Peskett, Breydons and Powleys campaigned against the closure of Lowestoft Magistrates Court. Picture: James Bass There... Read more
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birminghammail
Courts to shut down in desperate bid to save moneyFive courts will be closed down in the Midlands as part of a government push to
Courts to shut down in desperate bid to save money
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
Five courts will be closed down in the Midlands as part of a government push to save cash. Birmingham Youth Court, Solihull Magistrates and Sandwell Magistrates are all closing down along with eight other Magistrate buildings in the Midlands... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Kendal court to close despite Gazette campaign, says Michael GoveKENDAL Magistrates’ Court and County Court is to close, the Ministry of Justice
Kendal court to close despite Gazette campaign, says Michael Gove
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
KENDAL Magistrates’ Court and County Court is to close, the Ministry of Justice has announced today. The Burneside Road building was one of 91 proposed to be closed as part of cost-cutting measures. Today, the MoJ said five of those will not shut... Read more
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Bury Free Press
UPDATED: Death sentence passed on Bury’s magistrates’ courtBury St Edmunds will lose its magistrates, family and county courts, the Govern
UPDATED: Death sentence passed on Bury’s magistrates’ court
Bury Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
Bury St Edmunds will lose its magistrates, family and county courts, the Government announced today. The Lord Chancellor, Michael Gove, has decided to close 86 courts and tribunals to save £700 million over four years. His verdict on Bury is that... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Courts at Lowestoft and King’s Lynn will close Solicitors from Cole Bentley and Co, Norton Peskett, Breydons and Powleys cam
Courts at Lowestoft and King’s Lynn will close
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Solicitors from Cole Bentley and Co, Norton Peskett, Breydons and Powleys campaigned against the closure of Lowestoft Magistrates Court. Picture: James Bass There is going to be another round of court... Read more
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Bury Times
Bury Magistrates Court and Bury County Court to closeBURY Magistrates Court is to close amid massive Government budget cuts, the Bur
Bury Magistrates Court and Bury County Court to close
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
BURY Magistrates Court is to close amid massive Government budget cuts, the Bury Times can reveal. The announcement was made to staff at the Tenters Street court this morning following a length consultation process led by the Ministry of... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Inspiration Trust chief executive Dame Rachel de Souza linked to top job at Ofsted Then education secretary Michael Gove performing the official cutting of the
Inspiration Trust chief executive Dame Rachel de Souza linked to top job at Ofsted
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Then education secretary Michael Gove performing the official cutting of the first sod on the site of the new school buildings at the Ormiston Victory Academy,... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Inspiration Trust chief executive Dame Rachel de Souza linked to top job at Ofsted Then education secretary Michael Gove performing the official cutting of the
Inspiration Trust chief executive Dame Rachel de Souza linked to top job at Ofsted
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
Then education secretary Michael Gove performing the official cutting of the first sod on the site of the new school buildings at the Ormiston Victory Academy,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Defence lawyer welcomes government's u-turn over proposed cuts to legal aidDEFENCE lawyers have welcomed the government’s u-turn to suspend proposed cuts
Defence lawyer welcomes government's u-turn over proposed cuts to legal aid
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
DEFENCE lawyers have welcomed the government’s u-turn to suspend proposed cuts to legal aid. Justice Secretary Michael Gove announced on Thursday he was halting for a year plans to slash the number of law firms allowed to do criminal legal aid work... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Defence lawyer welcomes government's u-turn over proposed cuts to legal aidDEFENCE lawyers have welcomed the government’s u-turn to suspend proposed cuts
Defence lawyer welcomes government's u-turn over proposed cuts to legal aid
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
DEFENCE lawyers have welcomed the government’s u-turn to suspend proposed cuts to legal aid. Justice Secretary Michael Gove announced on Thursday he was halting for a year plans to slash the number of law firms allowed to do criminal legal aid work... Read more
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express
Cameron's Brussels deal in trouble as ‘100 Tory MPs to defy PM on EU’ AROUND 100 Tory MPs will defy David Cameron by openly campaigning to quit the
Cameron's Brussels deal in trouble as ‘100 Tory MPs to defy PM on EU’
express / Posted 3 days ago
AROUND 100 Tory MPs will defy David Cameron by openly campaigning to quit the EU, one of the party's most senior parliamentary figures predicted last night. Around 100 Tory MPs... Read more
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The New Statesman
Pegida UK: the new face of Britain’s far-right movement, and how to challenge itEnter Graham Brady’s office and you are treated to a magnificent panoramic view
Pegida UK: the new face of Britain’s far-right movement, and how to challenge it
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
Enter Graham Brady’s office and you are treated to a magnificent panoramic view of the Palace of Westminster and Parliament Square. It is an appropriately grand vantage point for one of the most influential MPs. As the chairman of the Conservative... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | The legacy of Europe's worst battleEnter Graham Brady’s office and you are treated to a magnificent panoramic view
In this week's magazine | The legacy of Europe's worst battle
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
Enter Graham Brady’s office and you are treated to a magnificent panoramic view of the Palace of Westminster and Parliament Square. It is an appropriately grand vantage point for one of the most influential MPs. As the chairman of the Conservative... Read more
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The New Statesman
The New Statesman Cover | The legacy of Europe's worst battleEnter Graham Brady’s office and you are treated to a magnificent panoramic view
The New Statesman Cover | The legacy of Europe's worst battle
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
Enter Graham Brady’s office and you are treated to a magnificent panoramic view of the Palace of Westminster and Parliament Square. It is an appropriately grand vantage point for one of the most influential MPs. As the chairman of the Conservative... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why has no cabinet minister done the honourable thing and resigned over Europe?Labour's Nye Bevan introduced the free National Health Service as Health Minist
Why has no cabinet minister done the honourable thing and resigned over Europe?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Labour's Nye Bevan introduced the free National Health Service as Health Minister in the post-war Attlee administration. But in April 1951, Bevan quit the Cabinet in protest at the cash-strapped Government's imposition of charges on false teeth and... Read more
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express
Cameron’s plans to halt EU meddling blasted as ‘pointless’ by former attorney general DAVID Cameron's plan for a new law to cut meddling by Brussels was dismissed
Cameron’s plans to halt EU meddling blasted as ‘pointless’ by former attorney general
express / Posted 4 days ago
DAVID Cameron's plan for a new law to cut meddling by Brussels was dismissed as "pointless" by a former attorney general last night. Tory backbencher Dominic... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Conservative MPs should listen to the EU concerns of grassroots activists, says Nick HerbertHe said: “I speak as a Conservative Member of Parliament, of course, we have to
Conservative MPs should listen to the EU concerns of grassroots activists, says Nick Herbert
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
He said: “I speak as a Conservative Member of Parliament, of course, we have to work with our conservative associations who select us and it is absolutely right to talk about these issues with them and to listen to what they have to say. “There are... Read more
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express
Cameron's EU claims blown apart as top lawyer says we CAN'T get back powers from Brussels DAVID Cameron's claim that he will wrestle back sovereignty from Brussels was
Cameron's EU claims blown apart as top lawyer says we CAN'T get back powers from Brussels
express / Posted 4 days ago
DAVID Cameron's claim that he will wrestle back sovereignty from Brussels was blown out of the water today after his own former legal eagle said Britain may... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Spanish Foundation to Provide Technology for Gove Water Supply InfrastructureLuanda — The counsellor-delegate of the Spanish Elecnor Foundation, Rafael Mart
Spanish Foundation to Provide Technology for Gove Water Supply Infrastructure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Luanda — The counsellor-delegate of the Spanish Elecnor Foundation, Rafael Martín de Bustamante Vegas, said last Monday, in Luanda, that the project involving his institution and Angola's Eduardo dos Santos Foundation (FESA) is aimed at using the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Cameron is calling for prison reform - yet he filled jails to burstingSo the Prime Minister thinks London’s prisons are “scandalous” and should “sham
Cameron is calling for prison reform - yet he filled jails to bursting
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
So the Prime Minister thinks London’s prisons are “scandalous” and should “shame us all”. He wants to see prison government and practice reformed. What has come over him? Politicians usually turn liberal in retirement — but few turn liberal before... Read more
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Daily Record
9 things the Tories DON'T want you to know about their Black and White BallDavid Cameron went cap-in-hand to super-rich Tory donors last night, at a top-s
9 things the Tories DON'T want you to know about their Black and White Ball
Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
David Cameron went cap-in-hand to super-rich Tory donors last night, at a top-secret and lavish fundraising ball. Super-rich Tory donors paid up to £15,000 a table to rub shoulders with Cabinet members at the opulent dinner, in the heart of London's... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
FESA and Elecnor Sign Cooperation AgreementLuanda — Eduardo dos Santos Foundation (FESA) and Spanish counterpart Elecnor s
FESA and Elecnor Sign Cooperation Agreement
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Luanda — Eduardo dos Santos Foundation (FESA) and Spanish counterpart Elecnor signed Monday in Luanda a cooperation accord to develop actions to ensure implementation of water and cultural projects in Gove commune, Cuíma municipality, central Huambo... Read more
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Evening Standard
The prizes on offer at 'top secret' Tory fundraising auctionA mystery bidder stumped up £35,000 to spend a day on the campaign trail Zac Go
The prizes on offer at 'top secret' Tory fundraising auction
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
A mystery bidder stumped up £35,000 to spend a day on the campaign trail Zac Goldsmith at a lavish “top secret” Tory fundraising auction in the City. David Cameron hosted the invite-only Black and White Party at five-star boutique hotel Montcalm at... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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Gazette
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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This is West Country
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
This is West Country / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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Bury Times
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
Bury Times / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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Gazette News
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
Gazette News / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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Bolton News
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offendersYoung offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than pri
Government considering 'secure schools' for young offenders
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Young offenders could serve their sentences in "secure schools" rather than prisons under a radical overhaul of youth custody. Proposals being considered by ministers would see criminals aged under 18 placed in "more therapeutic" settings with a... Read more
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