Violence against Women and Girls: Prosecution

Part of Attorney General – in the House of Commons at on 1 February 2024.

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Photo of Paul Howell Paul Howell Conservative, Sedgefield

My Newton Aycliffe constituent Zoey McGill suffered from appalling knife crime when her son Jack Woodley was killed in 2021. She is now suffering again, as one of the perpetrators is using social media from custody to glorify himself. Does the Attorney General agree that such actions should be prosecuted, and that the consequences should be publicised to ensure that they become a deterrent against others glorifying themselves from our prisons?