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Criminals will have minor offences wiped from their records under plans being considered by Sajid Javid to stop them being denied jobs by “spent” convictions.

The Home Secretary is reviewing a rule where anyone with more than one conviction, no matter how minor, automatically has them disclosed to a prospective employer for the rest of their lives.

The new plan could mean minor assaults, thefts or drug possession would not automatically be disclosed to employers  by the Government disclosure and barring service.

Mr Javid believes that juvenile offenders who want to escape criminality need be given a second chance but campaigners for victims’ rights warned the plan could put the public at risk....

Criminals will have minor offences wiped from their records under plans being considered by Sajid Javid to stop them being denied jobs by “spent” convictions.

The Home Secretary is reviewing a rule where anyone with more than one conviction, no matter how minor, automatically has them disclosed to a prospective employer for the rest of their lives.

The new plan could mean minor assaults, thefts or drug possession would not automatically be disclosed to employers  by the Government disclosure and barring service.

Mr Javid believes that juvenile offenders who want to escape criminality need be given a second chance but campaigners for victims’ rights warned the plan could put the public at risk....

Criminals will have minor offences wiped from their records under plans being considered by Sajid Javid to stop them being denied jobs by “spent” convictions.

The Home Secretary is reviewing a rule where anyone with more than one conviction, no matter how minor, automatically has them disclosed to a prospective employer for the rest of their lives.

The new plan could mean minor assaults, thefts or drug possession would not automatically be disclosed to employers  by the Government disclosure and barring service.

Mr Javid believes that juvenile offenders who want to escape criminality need be given a second chance but campaigners for victims’ rights warned the plan could put the public at risk....

Criminals will have minor offences wiped from their records under plans being considered by Sajid Javid to stop them being denied jobs by “spent” convictions.

The Home Secretary is reviewing a rule where anyone with more than one conviction, no matter how minor, automatically has them disclosed to a prospective employer for the rest of their lives.

The new plan could mean minor assaults, thefts or drug possession would not automatically be disclosed to employers  by the Government disclosure and barring service.

Mr Javid believes that juvenile offenders who want to escape criminality need be given a second chance but campaigners for victims’ rights warned the plan could put the public at risk....