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What has gone down must go up

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

By 
Richard Garside
10 July 2020
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Poverty is not a crime: ending imprisonment for debt

As the country prepares to enter into a new legal and political era, marked by novel and complex constitutional challenges, some of the most vulnerable members of society, and particularly women, are facing legal battles which would not be out of place in Victorian times.

By 
Tara Casey
18 October 2019
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Transgender prisoners

Transgender prisoners – those, mostly males, who assert a gender identity at odds with their birth sex – pose a challenge for prison managers.

By 
Richard Garside
11 September 2018