Two key developments this week.
It was announced that the first terrorist separation centre was open at HMP Frankland (prisoners had actually been moved their the previous week).
New Justice Secretary David Lidington revealed that his first action in delivering prison reform was to go to the High Court to try to ban industrial action in prison.
In other news, Sam Gyimah issued a press release on the amount of drugs, drones & mobile phones seized in 2016.
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Radicalised prisoners relocated to separation centre at HMP Frankland
Wants to ban industrial action in prison
Victims’ complaints not investigated or downplayed
A generally safe jail providing good training opportunities for prisoners
Prolonged solitary at Feltham YOI breached human rights
225 kg drugs & 20k phones found in prisons in 2016
Official list of Sam Gyimah's remit
Met community reference group
Controversial device to be trialled across London
The magistrates on a mission to court greater diversity