The former chief of the Metropolitan Police, John Stevens, has called for a radical review of the law to lower the age of criminal responsibility to crack down on teenage criminals.

Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington called for a new level of law to toughen sanctions against young people from 14 to 18 "where we can make allowances for their youth but can still punish them severely as knowing, active criminals".

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