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The Trinidad Guardian
POA cries foulwhich was conducted into the incident, saying the suspended officers — acting S
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted an hour ago
which was conducted into the incident, saying the suspended officers — acting Superintendent of Prison Wilbert Lovell and Prison Officers Two Lancelot Duntin and Mervyn Pierre — were merely scapegoats. “Almost two years after there is no report... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Judge grants part of $ to fight against violencethe five men in two tranches—one immediate and the other within two years. Kok
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 2 hours ago
the five men in two tranches—one immediate and the other within two years. Kokaram was careful to note that prisoners and prison officers should not be solely blamed for the violence. “While there may be a temptation to blame prisoners for prison... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
SCDC: 3 arrested in Lieber inmate escapeto block cell phone signals around prisons before someone gets hurt. Stirling
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 11 hours ago
to block cell phone signals around prisons before someone gets hurt. Stirling said Causey used a "makeshift dummy" to fool prison officers into thinking he was still in his bed. His escape was not discovered until the next morning. This is a... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Man wanted on prison recallA MAN is wanted by police on recall to prison. Officers are trying to trace Jo
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
A MAN is wanted by police on recall to prison. Officers are trying to trace John Sokolowski, 28, after he failed to meet with probation officers following his release from prison. He was previously jailed for a theft-related offence. Sokolowski,... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Gayle Newland jailed for six years for duping friend into sex with fake penisdown in the dock hidden from view and her hysterical cries once again rang out
Liverpool Echo / Posted 17 hours ago
down in the dock hidden from view and her hysterical cries once again rang out from the dock as she was led to the cells by prison officers. In a case which captivated readers across the world, Newland created the “disturbingly complex” online... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is this the worst airline passenger ever?postman who joined ISIS in Syria is charged with... Shocking moment mother bru
Daily Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
postman who joined ISIS in Syria is charged with... Shocking moment mother brutally SLAPS a little girl on... Prison officers are BANNED for LIFE from taking... Policeman rushed to hospital 'after a man slashed the... Pictured:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 monthsRJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 hours ago
RJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association (PSA) have blamed the rise on the region’s prison officers having inadequate powers and a lack of specialised training. "I think it's fair to say our delegates have... Read more
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The Young Witness
Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 monthsRJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association
The Young Witness / Posted 19 hours ago
RJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association (PSA) have blamed the rise on the region’s prison officers having inadequate powers and a lack of specialised training. "I think it's fair to say our delegates have... Read more
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Western Advocate
Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 monthsRJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association
Western Advocate / Posted 19 hours ago
RJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association (PSA) have blamed the rise on the region’s prison officers having inadequate powers and a lack of specialised training. "I think it's fair to say our delegates have... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 monthsRJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 hours ago
RJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association (PSA) have blamed the rise on the region’s prison officers having inadequate powers and a lack of specialised training. "I think it's fair to say our delegates have... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 monthsRJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 hours ago
RJJC only accommodating 23 detainees in total. The Public Service Association (PSA) have blamed the rise on the region’s prison officers having inadequate powers and a lack of specialised training. "I think it's fair to say our delegates have... Read more
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birminghammail
Government wins permanent ban on prison officer industrial action bidThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice's application followed a move in February by the POA - the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Humans have produced 9.1 BILLION tons of plastic since 1950the... PEST bitter! Shocked punter films RAT sniffing a table as... BBC manag
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
the... PEST bitter! Shocked punter films RAT sniffing a table as... BBC manager who paid his own company £155,000 for... Prison officers are BANNED for LIFE from taking... Social media model arrested in Saudi Arabia after she was... Tally ho!... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why garden bragging is the latest celebrity trendofficials had to quash claim jailed Rudolf Hess was a... Police give traveller
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
officials had to quash claim jailed Rudolf Hess was a... Police give travellers £500 to help them 'engage with the... Prison officers are BANNED for LIFE from taking... MOST READ NEWS Share what you think The comments below have not been... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Court targets Krabi suspectscan accommodate two to three each to prevent possible attacks from other angry
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
can accommodate two to three each to prevent possible attacks from other angry inmates who have heard about the massacre. Prison officers would be assigned to keep a close watch on all the eight suspects for fear that they may attempt to commit... Read more
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Daily Mail
My ears are burning! Elephant with RED ears is spotted in Indiameat... Big wheel keep on turning! British man completes... Pictured: Father-
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
meat... Big wheel keep on turning! British man completes... Pictured: Father-of-two, 55, killed when a Victorian... Prison officers are BANNED for LIFE from taking... British woman, 21, is raped on a beach near Spanish music... Protesters... Read more
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express
Prison officers BANNED from taking industrial action after Government wins Court battle PRISON officers have been banned from taking industrial action after the Gove
express / Posted yesterday
PRISON officers have been banned from taking industrial action after the Government won a High Court battle. Prison officers have been banned from taking... Read more
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Daily Mail
MH370 search data unveils undersea mountains larger than Everestdescribes how an explosion caused by her... Hell hath no fury! Woman's shockin
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
describes how an explosion caused by her... Hell hath no fury! Woman's shocking meltdown as she uses... Prison officers are BANNED for LIFE from taking... Medical student, 20, hanged himself in his university... Love-rat conman... Read more
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Irish Examiner
British Government wins bid for permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers | Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 01:16 pm The Government has wo
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 01:16 pm The Government has won... Read more
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Gazette
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Gazette / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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guardian-series
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Harrow Times
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Gazette News
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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This is West Country
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Bolton News
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial action The ruling came after a union had recommended action below strike level. Sce
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The ruling came after a union had recommended action below strike level. Scene inside HMP Pentonville in London (Anthony Devlin/PA) Court backs Government’s bid to ban... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Government wins bid for permanent ban on industrial action by prison officersThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice's application followed a move in February by the POA - the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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The News and Star
Government wins bid for permanent ban on industrial action by prison officersThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice's application followed a move in February by the POA - the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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SKY News
Govt wins bid to ban prison officer strikesof maintaining discipline and security within the prisons service, Parliament h
SKY News / Posted yesterday
of maintaining discipline and security within the prisons service, Parliament had enacted a prohibition on inducing prison officers to strike under the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994. Despite this, the union had recently called... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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Bury Times
Court backs Government’s bid to ban prison officers from industrial actionThe Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industri
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
The Government has won its High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice’s application followed a move in February by the POA, the Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional and... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Ruling due on Government's court bid to ban industrial action by prison officersA decision is to be given on the Government's High Court bid to obtain a perman
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
A decision is to be given on the Government's High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice's application follows a move in February by the POA - the Professional Trades Union for Prison,... Read more
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The News and Star
Ruling due on Government's court bid to ban industrial action by prison officersA decision is to be given on the Government's High Court bid to obtain a perman
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
A decision is to be given on the Government's High Court bid to obtain a permanent ban on industrial action by prison officers. The Ministry of Justice's application follows a move in February by the POA - the Professional Trades Union for Prison,... Read more
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Herald.ie
The smiling double killerown Rathfarnham home ablaze, killing wife Esther and little Jessica, McCann has
Herald.ie / Posted 2 days ago
own Rathfarnham home ablaze, killing wife Esther and little Jessica, McCann has started a new job at the jail, cleaning the prison officers' quarters. This sees him walked from the prison, out onto the public street, and into the area used by... Read more
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Evening Standard
Our prisons are the forgotten public serviceour forgotten public service. Most citizens, thankfully, have little contact wi
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
our forgotten public service. Most citizens, thankfully, have little contact with it. The difficult and dangerous work that prison officers do, because it happens literally behind closed doors, is not recognised in the same way that we celebrate the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Prison releases a continual challenge to security, says QC who monitors terrorismmade some progress through 2016 despite a picture of continuing terrorist threa
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
made some progress through 2016 despite a picture of continuing terrorist threat. "It is clear, however, that police and prison officers face high risks, both on and off duty." The report added: "Dissident republican groupings remain interested... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mastermind behind £113million fraud plots vishing scam from prison cellconspiracy was unsuccessful in that no funds were diverted from the targeted co
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
conspiracy was unsuccessful in that no funds were diverted from the targeted companies." Mr Hunter told the court that prison officers discovered two Samsung mobiles, a phone battery, two chargers and three EE SIM cards during the cells search... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Scotland’s prisons to be no smoking zones by end of 2018of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke i
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke in their cells poses no significant risk to prison officers. “On the other hand, banning smoking in prisons risks inflaming a tense and sometimes violent... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scotland’s prisons to be no smoking zones by end of 2018of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke i
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke in their cells poses no significant risk to prison officers. “On the other hand, banning smoking in prisons risks inflaming a tense and sometimes violent... Read more
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Bury Times
Scotland’s prisons to be no smoking zones by end of 2018of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke i
Bury Times / Posted 3 days ago
of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke in their cells poses no significant risk to prison officers. “On the other hand, banning smoking in prisons risks inflaming a tense and sometimes violent... Read more
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Gazette
Scotland’s prisons to be no smoking zones by end of 2018of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke i
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
of second-hand smoke have been greatly exaggerated. Allowing inmates to smoke in their cells poses no significant risk to prison officers. “On the other hand, banning smoking in prisons risks inflaming a tense and sometimes violent... Read more
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