A damning report from leading ‘neoliberal’ think tank the Centre for Policy Studies takes the UK government to task for being more interested in managing the problem of illicit drug use in prisons than in eradicating it. The problem, according to the report, is that no one in authority understands the prison drugs market.
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A new Mind report relates a shocking catalogue of harassment, assault, victimisation and discrimination against those who suffer from mental health problems in England and Wales. This leads me to wonder about therapeutic treatment for people who are so discriminated against — when someone is factually being persecuted in their own home, where does paranoia begin?
“Reclaim the night” is a women-only march in London, demanding justice for rape victims in a country in which, according to the British Crime Survey (2001) there are an estimated 47,000 rapes every year, around 40,000 attempted rapes and over 300,000 sexual assaults — with a paltry conviction rate of 5.3%.