Watch the video of our first 'After Strangeways' webinar held on Monday 22 February.
To understand where we’re going, it’s helpful to understand where we’ve come from.
"I don’t think I’ll even let him come back up during this lockdown. It felt like neglect."
This week the UK passed the grim milestone of over 100,000 COVID-19 deaths.
Should prisoners and prison staff be among the priority groups for COVID-19 vaccination?
The only thing getting in the way of vaccinating those in prisons against COVID-19 is politics, our director Richard Garside told The Independent yesterday.
Is it the job of the Chief Inspector of Prisons to lobby the government to build new prisons?
“Over the ten years from 2009 to 2018, at least 1,425 women were killed by men in the UK. This means that a man killed a woman every three days.”
“It was exactly 10 years ago that I discovered that my partner of six years was actually a policeman. He was a fictional character - his identity was fabricated and he was put into my life to deceive me, by his employer, who knew that one day they would remove him.”
Speech given to the ‘Is it a crime to be poor’ online event, hosted by the University of Birmingham on behalf of the Is it a crime to be poor? alliance
After the drama and toxicity of the transgender debate, yesterday was something of welcome anticlimax.
This week we published our latest report on the coronavirus crisis in prisons.