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Do prisoners deserve the right to vote?
‘Give prisoners the vote’

By Alex Stevenson Campaigners have stepped up their efforts to give sentenced prisoners the right to vote in this year’s general election. The Prison Reform Trust (PRT) and Unlock, the national association of reformed offenders, believe the ban on prisoners being allowed to vote is incompatible with modern democracy. It may even breach the European… Read more »

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Prison governors are proposing the abolition of prison sentences of less than a year it was revealed today.
End short term sentences say prison governors

By politics.co.uk staff Prison governors are proposing the abolition of prison sentences of less than a year it was revealed today. At its annual conference later today, the Prison Governors’ Association (PGA) will call for short term sentences to be scrapped because they are failing to reform criminals and leading to record overcrowding in jails…. Read more »