More than half of prison leavers were released without settled accommodation between April 2020 and March 2021, new data reveals.
The UK’s longest-serving transgender prisoner is planning to run to be the UK’s first trans MP in her local constituency
A charity running restaurants in prisons has relaunched its home delivery service from HMP Brixton. The Clink Charity, which aims
A Fulham rowing charity is encouraging an alternative route for the Hammersmith ferry, with a proposed course threatening to end
Prison charities warn that more action is needed to prevent further COVID deaths in prisons, as figures show record high
A woman on a birdwatching expedition in Little Wormwood Scrubs has uncovered a mystery ancient Hawaiian prayer on the park
Erika Flowers arrived at HMP Holloway in 2014. As the Serco van approached the prison gates she began her six-year
“I was a mixture of opposites- I was always fearful but I was fearless.“ FAMILY Michael Emmett, 62, is a
Pentonville Prison might not appear the usual venue for a performance of Shakespeare. But earlier this year inmates put on
Living conditions at Wandsworth Prison were described as totally unacceptable by a report from the prison’s Independent Monitoring Board (IMB).
“It’s like sticking a plaster on a shotgun wound” – The prisoners working on the frontline of a mental health crisis
Training to help people with severe mental health difficulties can take years to complete. Yet thousands of prisoners across the