A focus on criminal justice policy this week with all three main parties launching their election manifestos.
You can see Rob Allen's pithy summaries of each below, all set in a handy historical context of what each party has actually done about justice when in power. The Howard League has also issued a punchy 5-point manifesto plan.
Other points of interest include a technological response to prison drug zones and a powerful new female voice to join the prison reform movement in Michaela Booth.
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Scottish plans for community secure units
Guernsey Prison with world's first
Michaela Booth is a powerful new voice in prison reform
Thoughtful, provocative piece from Tab Sky
James Moore on Lavinia Woodward
Rob Allen dissects Tory manifesto pledges on justice
Rob Allen's helpful digest
Rob Allen assesses manifesto
THL 5-point manifesto
Different perspective from Management Today
Equality experts say Cressida Dick must rethink
Too complex & barrier to rehabilitation
Ray of hope in Conservative manifesto
'let down by prison, NHS and family' - BBC News
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