Britain must act to stop child offenders hardening into lifelong criminals or risk a legacy of "totally unmanageable juvenile crime", the former head of the family justice system in England and Wales, warns today.

Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, who retired in April, now thinks too many child offenders are prosecuted and put on the path to a life of crime.

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