Boris Johnson's appearance at a Commons committee fails to convince some MPs. It is believed more than 40 want the aide gone.
It's set to cost £20 billion a year.
The reality is we also have a group of youngsters who risk being left behind for good if we don't change the status quo. Is the shadow spokesman really arguing to just consign this group to rattling round the justice system, committing offences time and again until they end up as adults behind bars?
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