Prisons

As the prison population ages, more and more elderly, often disabled inmates are left in their cells, unable to cope yet fearful of release

The European Convention is no longer fit for purpose. It is time for the Lord Chancellor to enshrine our freedoms in British law

Chris Grayling has cut the cost of keeping convicts in jail, but my time behind bars taught me that rehabilitation is still a worthwhile goal

Bland, self-serving and naive, Vicky Price’s ‘prison memoir’ contains not a jot of insight or introspection

A new project allows crime victims to move on — by pardoning those who attacked them

Buried in the Coroners and Justice Bill, about to be rammed through Parliament, are a variety of potentially disastrous changes to the law

Cameron’s former speechwriter quit politics to devote himself to Only Connect, a theatre group for ex-prisoners.

Volunteers from the New Bridge Foundation befriend convicts and help to ease their reintegration on release