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
An author who spent nine months in Wandsworth Prison in 2016 has opened up about how the conditions of the
Extreme lockdown conditions inside Wandsworth prison are damaging the mental health of prisoners, their families have claimed. Inmates in Wandsworth
A play set in 1916 Wandsworth Prison is to be performed for inmates in the prison’s chapel this May. The
Basit Mahmood talks to a campaigner, a former prisoner and prison governor about the importance of using books to turn
A vigil in support of Julian Assange took place outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Friday, hours after Sweden dropped
Prison workers’ union slams George Osborne’s proposals to close ‘Victorian’ Brixton and Wandsworth jails
London’s ‘Victorian’ jails, such as Wandsworth and Brixton HMPs, are to be closed to make way for new housing in
A convicted robber has been mistakenly released from Wandsworth Prison just months into a nine-year jail sentence. Ryan Byrne, 34,
MoJ apologises for ‘misleading’ parliament over prison crowding – Wandsworth HMP already branded ‘in crisis’
A Minister of Justice spokesman apologised today for ‘unacceptable’ misleading figures under-representing the extent of overcrowding in prisons, months after
A man has been arrested after a fellow prisoner was discovered dead in his cell at Wandsworth prison yesterday morning.