Additionally, it can be psychologically damaging for prisoners to feel that they are physically exiled from the mainland. The proposal to hold immigration detainees on the Resolution makes this a particularly acute concern.
The Prison Service should never have been placed in this desperate position by the abandonment of the more enlightened penal policy of the early 1990s in favour of a punitive "prison works" approach.
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