Government running out of prison places & asks police for cells

Government running out of prison places & asks police for cells

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Government running out of prison places & asks police for cells” – below is their description.

The government is running out of prison places and has had to ask police for 400 cells, as Sky’s Martin Brunt reports.

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https://news.sky.com/story/government-runs-out-of-prison-places-and-has-to-ask-police-for-cells-12758687

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