Comment
27 October 2016

Far from trying to rescue the struggling privatised probation companies, the government should let them fail, Richard Garside argues

Comment
18 October 2016
Will McMahon says that the government's claims that the programme is a success require close scrutiny
Comment
5 October 2016

Dr David Scott argues that the vision presented by Liz Truss, Secretary of State for Justice, at the Conservative party conference was one of discipline and policies which only exacerbate despair. This is a vision which must be challenged.

Comment
4 October 2016

Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Casey' who he supervised

Comment
23 September 2016

The prison population has fallen by five a day since the 2015 General Election, Richard Garside writes. What's needed is a long-term plan to deliver a sustained fall.

Comment
6 September 2016

Mike Guilfoyle remembers Patrick who spent many years on licence

Comment
2 September 2016

Will McMahon argues that for many wrongly imprisoned for joint enterprise, justice is still a long way off.

Comment
2 August 2016

Mike Guilfoyle remembers some of the people he worked with in court

Comment
1 August 2016

Kenny MacAskill reflects on an appropriate response to the recent terror atrocities

Comment
21 July 2016

With Trainspotting 2 currently being filmed in Edinburgh, Kenny MacAskill calls for a more realistic approach to drug taking

Comment
12 July 2016
Iraqi oil money fuelled 'endemic corruption' in the UK and the US, argues David Whyte
Comment
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