Howard League's Frances Crook accuses the Prison Service of being "immature and petulant" for cancelling her visits to privately run prisons.
The story of the Lord Chancellor and the indeterminate sentence for the protection of the public.
Coverage of our courts is being censored - because magistrates are too quick to impose unnecessary reporting restrictions. In the interests of open justice, this has to stop.
Even if many politicians are convinced by the ethical and economic case for closing women’s prisons, many feel they need to appear “tough on crime” to a public that demands punishment and retribution.
What motivates a woman to marry a convicted killer and rapist? Julie Bindel finds uncomfortable race and class dynamics at play in the visiting rooms of US jails.
A system designed for men cannot cope.
For those of you who seem intent on getting the wrong end of the stick . . .