Youth commissioner facing calls to resign

The country's first youth police and crime commissioner is facing increasing demands to resign, despite apologising for posting offensive language on the internet. Paris Brown was given the £15,000 a year job to represent the young people of Kent. Tom Savvides reports.


Paris Brown resigns over Tweets

Britain's first youth police commissioner has apologised for "inappropriate language and views" she posted on her Twitter account. Paris Brown has resigned.