Pentonville Prison performing poorly

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Pentonville Prison performing poorly

When Pentonville Prison was inspected in 2013, it was said to be performing poorly. Results of a recent inspection, released today, say that the situation has got even worse with inmates complaining about high levels of violence, poor access to sanitation and prevalent drug use.
Martin Lomas, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, speaks about the conditions at Pentonville.

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