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- Hewell: Men resorting to self-harm to get prison basics
- Brixton, Bristol and Elmley: Three prisons that reveal depth of the crisis behind bars
- Books For Prisoners: Prisoners to be allowed more than 12 books in their cells
- Private firms are the big winners of probation sell-off
- ‘Groundbreaking and innovatory’ project enabled disenfranchised children and young people to campaign for change
- Public-sector prison officer numbers cut by 41 per cent
- Cookham Wood: Ministry of Justice policies put children in danger
- Costly tagging programme sets children up to fail
- Swaleside prison: Stretched beyond limit
- Springhill prison: Tightened procedures, but concerns remain