'Better education to stop youth offending' - Clegg on visit to Kent

Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, has been in Kent to unveil radical plans to tackle youth reoffending.

On a joint visit with the Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, to Cookham Wood Young Offenders Institute in Rochester, he said that better education and training would help with rehabilitation.

Currently, almost three quarters of youth offenders return to crime when they are released.

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Clegg vows to tackle youth offending on visit to Kent

The Deputy Prime Minister has unveiled radical proposals to stop youth reoffending on a visit to Cookham Wood Young Offenders Institute in Rochester.