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It is not known what offence he committed or the length of his sentence, but according to the charity, the boy has been “permitted no contact with any other child” during the “short periods out of his cell”.It is particularly concerning that the use of force on children has increased dramatically since the last inspection.Michael Spurr, chief executive of the National Offender Management Service (Noms), said: 'As this report makes clear the challenge faced by the governor and staff at Feltham should not be underestimated.'Managing their behaviour and supporting them to change and turn their lives around is a difficult and complex task.A recent investigation by The Howard League's legal team will argue at a hearing in London that the boy's “removal from association and the lack of educational provision” is unlawful.Mr Justice Ouseley considered the judicial review application and ordered an expedited hearing, although no date has been set.This will increase stability and provide greater flexibility in the management of this group of prisoners.'Andrew Neilson, director of campaigns at the Howard League for Penal Reform, said: 'This is the worst inspection report of its kind we have seen in a decade.