Comment
9 April 2021

The heavy price being paid by prisoners from the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown is well-documented....

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1 April 2021

The very high levels of psychiatric disturbance and suicidal thinking in prisoners are well...

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31 March 2021

Since retiring from the probation service, I have remained a seasoned observer of the relentless...

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26 March 2021

Up to 15 March, there have now been 15,472 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in prisons, and 130 COVID...

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19 March 2021

When the coronavirus crisis hit last year, many of us were deeply worried about the prospect of...

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17 March 2021

We are now used to gloomy reports about prison conditions from sources close to the ground, and...

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16 March 2021

As a devotee of judicial memoirs, I recently read a refreshingly honest, lively and engaging...

Comment
15 March 2021

Firstly, it needs to be said that the whole population of the UK has suffered because of the...

Comment
12 March 2021

As others have noted, the UK has a long and troubled history penalising people who live in...

Comment
5 March 2021

“The ultimate expression of law is not order – it’s prison”

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2 March 2021

Thanks to all those who have taken the time to respond to our video on reforming short sentences...

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25 February 2021

In this second edition of the Critical Care series by Iles, Tsintsadze and Weinberg, idols,...