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Poll finds most Americans prefer life imprisonment over death penalty

Poll finds most Americans prefer life imprisonment over death penalty

Given a choice between the two options, 52 percent pick life in prison as the preferred punishment, while 42 percent favor the death penalty – the fewest in polls dating…

Behind the wire at immigration removal centres

Behind the wire at immigration removal centres

Late in 2013 Lib Dem MP, Sarah Teather, challenged the government to ensure that any reports into allegations of sexual assault at Yarl’s Wood detention centre compiled by private operators…

Theresa May stuns Police Fed with vow to break its power

Theresa May stuns Police Fed with vow to break its power

Theresa May said on Wednesday that the legitimacy of British policing was in jeopardy following the Stephen Lawrence and other scandals, in an uncompromising speech that also pledged to break…

Barnardo’s role in the detention and removal of children

Barnardo’s role in the detention and removal of children

When, in the wake of the coalition’s ‘abolition’ of child detention in 2010, Barnardo’s announced its participation in the Home Office’s new ‘family-friendly pre-departure accommodation’ to be managed by G4S,…

Second joint enterprise inquiry to examine impact on BME communities

Second joint enterprise inquiry to examine impact on BME communities

Since 2010 the prisoners’ support group JENGbA (Joint Enterprise – Not Guilty by Association) has been campaigning to reform the legal doctrine of joint enterprise, also known as common purpose.…

New Hampshire House again OK’s death penalty repeal

New Hampshire House again OK’s death penalty repeal

With its first attempt stalled in the Senate, the House voted Wednesday for the second time this year to repeal New Hampshire's death penalty in hopes a botched execution in…

Oklahoma halts executions for six months following botched procedure

Oklahoma halts executions for six months following botched procedure

The Oklahoma attorney general's office agreed on Thursday to halt all executions for six months amid a state investigation into what happened during the botched lethal injection of another inmate…

Metropolitan Police officers start wearing body cameras

Metropolitan Police officers start wearing body cameras

Met Police officers are to start wearing cameras on their uniforms as part of plans to boost transparency and accelerate convictions. The cameras are designed to capture evidence at crime…