Keeping up (tough) appearances: the age of criminal responsibility
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AbstractWhatever else may have changed with the election of the coalition government, the new administration shares with its Labour predecessor a resolute opposition to any suggestion that the age of criminal responsibility should be raised from its current ten years of age. Indeed, the similarity of responses, on this issue, either side of the election is striking.
CitationBateman, T. (2013) 'Keeping up (tough) appearances: the age of criminal responsibility' Criminal Justice Matters, 92(1), 28-29.
PublisherTaylor and Francis
JournalCriminal Justice Matters