It's forty years since the government decided to try something different to tackle crime and introduced community service.
Compensation for people affected by the HS2 high-speed rail link will go "significantly beyond statutory requirements", the Government says.
Two new "Studio Schools" are to open in Southampton and Rye as part of government changes to secondary education.
Compensation measures for residents affected by the London-Birmingham HS2 high-speed rail project will go "significantly beyond statutory requirements", the Government promised.
The Government said it would buy any owner-occupied home in the "safeguarded area" - an area within 60 metres of the planned route.
As well as paying the unblighted value of the property, the Government is proposing to pay additional compensation of 10% up to the value of £47,000.
VIDEO: The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been in Oxford today - visiting a primary school and taking questions at a public meeting.
The Deputy Prime minister Nick Clegg has spent the morning telling stories to schoolchildren.
He read to pupils at Cutteslowe Primary School as part of his visit to Oxfordshire.
The leader of the liberal democrats is now on his way to a public meeting in Abingdon.
The Deputy Prime minister Nick Clegg is visiting Oxfordshire later. The leader of the liberal democrats will meet primary school children in Cutteslowe. He'll then go on to a public meeting in Oxford.