'Anger fuelled by 23-hour confinement'
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'Anger fuelled by 23-hour confinement'

Children held in custody in England and Wales are twice as likely to have force used against them by staff than they were five years ago, research suggests.

A report by charity the Howard League for Penal Reform also suggested some children were being put in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day.

Jake Davis, who spent 38 days in Feltham Young Offenders Institution after being convicted of computer hacking, told presenter Martha Kearney what he had experienced.

  • 20 Jun 2016
  • From the section UK