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MPs and peers write to minister over 'brutal handcuffing of vulnerable children'

  • A cross-party group of MPs and peers are calling for better data to be collected on the use of handcuffs and restraints on vulnerable children in care, in order to address the prevalence of unnecessary restraint.
  • The group has written a letter to children's minister Claire Coutinho expressing concerns about the use of restraints on innocent children in transport and the lack of data on this issue.
  • The letter calls for a review of data gaps, increased transparency and accountability through the recording and reporting of restraint instances, and a cultural change within the sector to end the use of restraints on vulnerable children.
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