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8 July 2016

In another instalment in our Breaking the Silence series, Madeline Petrillo tells Ellie’s story of overcoming adversity to be there for her daughter

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7 July 2016

Will McMahon considers the next steps for decriminalising drugs in the wake of the recent report from the Royal Society for Public Health

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6 July 2016
Mike Guilfoyle recalls his supervisory experience with Selena
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4 July 2016
Catherine Heard introduces the European Prison Observatory’s new handbook on alternatives to imprisonment
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29 June 2016
Helen Mills argues community sentences, whatever their other merits, aren't the answer to high prison numbers
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24 June 2016

The right to impose short prison sentences in Scotland needs to be curtailed, Kenny MacAskill argues

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13 June 2016

Austerity, deregulation and government law-breaking mean there is little chance of reducing the annual death toll from pollution in the near future argues Will McMahon

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2 June 2016

Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Donal' and his struggle with alcohol dependency

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31 May 2016

Criminal justice challenges require collaborative working across disciplines, with active academic-practitioner partnerships, argues Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay

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27 May 2016

The Lammy Review will fail to explain why black people are far more frequently criminalised if it only starts at the Crown Prosecution Service stage, Will McMahon argues

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26 May 2016

Kenny MacAskill writes about his decision to release the Lockerbie bomber and the behind-the-scenes diplomatic intrigue

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24 May 2016

Prison reforms proposed in the Queen's speech should be seen as an attempt to legitimise prisons and will not be sustained argues J M Moore