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15 July 2020

Gareth Myatt also said he couldn’t breathe. He was told by prison officers who were restraining...

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13 July 2020

The Black Lives Matter movement has called attention, yet again, to police racism: to understand...

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10 July 2020

“Mum phones every day. I cannot explain how it makes me feel. It makes me feel sad and confused...

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9 July 2020

The keen-eyed prison population watchers amongst you will have noticed the sharp fall in the...

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6 July 2020

Whilst I was reading Michael Tonry's timely and humane critique of many of the more damaging and...

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3 July 2020

Last weekend's reannouncement of plans to waste £2.5 billion building four new prisons brings...

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2 July 2020

Over 60 per cent of all those sentenced to prison in England and Wales are subject to a sentence...

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1 July 2020

On Sunday it was reported that four new prisons will be built as part of a wider government...

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29 June 2020

Mass surveillance has been everybody’s idea of dystopia for a long time, at least since Orwell’s...

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26 June 2020

At our final webinar on socially-distanced justice last week, Adam Elliott-Cooper of The...

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24 June 2020

Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) were first introduced in England and Wales in 2014 as...

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22 June 2020

Whilst it was far from being an unexpected departure from my usual staple diet of criminal...