Kick balls, not each other

13th August 2004 at 01:00
Councils should provide more sports activities to tackle the "no ball games" culture and anti-social behaviour of bored youngsters, says the Prince's Trust.

The youth charity's report, No Ball Games? Getting young people back into education, employment and training, argues that socially excluded young people from disadvantaged communities are often drifting into crime because they have nothing better to do.

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