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Over a million days – or 2,890 years – of additional imprisonment have been imposed on prisoners found to have broken prison rules in the past six years, Ministry of Justice figures have confirmed.
Almost 160,000 days – or 438 years – of additional imprisonment were imposed on prisoners found to have broken prison rules last year, a report published by the Howard League for Penal Reform has revealed.
The results of an ICM telephone poll conducted one month after the riots in England, show popular support for constructive ways in which offenders can make amends to victims.
Amnesty International has urged the Saudi Arabian authorities not to paralyse a man in retribution for similar injuries he allegedly caused during a fight.
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The Foreign Secretary has refused to support the last appeal of a 78-year-old Briton, who has spent three decades in a US prison for a crime his...
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