Monday, 13 July 2015

Prison book ban to be overturned by Michael Gove

Michael Gove is to overturn restrictions on books in prisons.
According to The Sunday Times, the Justice Secretary will announce the policy move this week. He is expected to use a speech to announce the importance of education for prisoners behind bars.
The previous Justice Secretary Chris Grayling had banned relatives sending packages of books to inmates, as well as restricting the number of books present in each cell. He said the policy was part of a crackdown on “perks and privileges” afforded to prisoners.

Henry J Williams

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