Spending on therapy for prison staff ten times higher than in 2014
Spending on therapy for prison staff has increased ten fold since 2014, an answer to a parliamentary question revealed last week. In 2014 the National Offender Management Service spent £22,131 on psychological therapies for work related trauma, this rose to £199,690 in 2016.
An Interactive Timeline showing the essential history of prisoners being refused the right to vote
In the 2015 general election prisoners won’t be voting, despite several ECHR rulings saying it is illegal. Click the image above to find out how this came to pass.