A 58 year old British man has been convicted of selling drugs but given a suspended sentence because he is a stay-at-home father to his twenty-second child, by 11 women.
Should people in this situation be able to avoid custodial sentences on the pretext of raising a child? What is the implication of this case on wider community perceptions about justice and parental and personal responsibility?
Social commentator Mal Fletcher, chairman of 2020Plus, addresses this and other questions in this interview for BBC Radio. Mal is speaking with Mike Parr.
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We at Airport Church praise God for you and endeavour to make your work of excellence known. Peter, United Kingdom
In a time of struggle and discontent in the world, Mal Fletcher is a light in the darkness that brings a positive outlook and God-expectant view to a critical and negative-casting media... Sam, United States
Mal, you've inspired a new move of God in the arts, media, and all things cultural. Viva la revolution! We're taking over The World! Phill, UK