Prisons in the press – 7 July

Gloomy stats, drug spats and cyber attacks

tony blair chilcot inquiry credit Chatham House via flickr

Should Tony Blair face jail for his role in taking the UK to war in Iraq? Photograph: Chatham House

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Prisons in the press – 22 April

Football coaching, phone smuggling and a novel idea for your free time…

women in prison handcuffs

Demand: Calls for women’s prison population to be scrapped in Scotland. Photograph: Steven Depolo

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Prisons in the press – 25 September

Deaths, protests and illegal sound recordings

A ground breaking prosecution for musical inmates this week. Image: Global Panorama

A ground breaking prosecution for musical inmates this week. Image: Global Panorama

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Prisons in the press – 18 September

Guards dump a body in a van, healthcare for sex offenders ‘inadequate’

the verne IMB report

The latest Immigration Removal Centre made a splash this week.

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