BBC Reports on rise in deaths of people on probation since TR

Earlier this week, the BBC reported that the number of people dying while on probation in England and Wales had risen by almost a third in […]

Making a drama out of sentencing

Considering it was a cold and inhospitable night to see three short plays at the Rep Theatre in Birmingham, a warm atmosphere was created by an […]

POA rally against violence, privatisation and “cruel” retirement age

Hundreds of Prison Officers marched through Westminster on Wednesday (20th March) demanding action against soaring levels of violence, an end to private prisons, and a fair […]

Public Accounts Committee to question MoJ on TR

Following the damning NAO report earlier this month, the Public Accounts Committee, will now review the progress of TR since their last inquiry into the running […]

UN Anti Racism Day 16 March National Demonstration

This Saturday 16th March is UN Anti-Racism day. Anti-racist and anti-fascist groups across the world will be marching in opposition to the far-right and against the […]

Exposing the hidden cost of the gender pay gap

Compulsory gender pay gap reporting revealed that men are paid more than women in 7,795 of 10,016 employers in Britain. Frances O’Grady reported that it will […]