Wed 7 May 2008, The Guardian

Junior courts and councils are a bad idea - having the maturity to make decisions is not child's play

By Marcel Berlins
Scotland is to establish a system of 'children's juries'. But the fashion for child copy-cat institutions is flawed. They cannot possibly have the necessary judgment
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