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The number of children held in custody has reached its lowest ever level since the Youth Justice Board began recording statistics.
A steady trend of decrease in the number of children not receiving education could be observed for 15 years until 2008.
THE number of children held on remand rose by almost a quarter during the month of the riots that swept through English cities, figures showed today.
According to the report, the total number of children found in prisons in 2009 was 6148, including seven female juveniles, while the total number of children admitted to prisons in 2009 was 1,951.
THE number of children in families living on benefits has increased by 170,000 over the past year, with child poverty growing in affluent as well as traditionally hard-hit areas, according to a new report today.
THE number of children killed on Scotland's roads more than doubled to 20 last year.
THE popularity of hair straighteners has contributed to an alarming rise in the number of children going to hospital with burns While the Child Accident Prevention Trust claimed the number of accidents involving under-fives is down, it said the number of children suffering burns has risen by 50% in the past 10 years.
More than 80 percent of Filipinos support family planning and almost half believe the government should limit the number of children a couple can have, according to a survey released here Monday.