In the Media

Boy, 11, confined to his own street

PUBLISHED December 7, 2004

Aneeze Williamson is not yet a teenager but he was confirmed yesterday as one of the most heavily-restricted people in Britain, outside the country's prisons.

After a two-month trial period, magistrates agreed that the 11-year-old tearaway, who cannot read or write and has been excluded from every school he has attended, should continue to be barred from his local town centre and every road but his own on three large housing estates.