Tuesday, January 30, 2007

52 prisoners take bribe to leave prison

Only 52 of the thousands of foreign prisoners clogging up
Britain's jails have taken a £2,500 'bribe' offered by John Reid to return home.

The scheme's failure is a hammer blow to the Home Secretary's hopes of solving the prison overcrowding crisis.

Why are we asking these people to leave? Infact why are we giving them any money at all? They should be made to leave once they have served their entire sentence. They lost the right to make decisions for themselves once they commit a crime in this country.

1 comment:

alanorei said...

In the wider context, this approach is likely to prove equally ineffective as part of the Party's Voluntary Repatriation policy.

However, time will tell.