A jury yesterday found further significant failures in the management of a vulnerable prisoner in HMP Woodhill, including a failure to properly assess his mental health and to take all reasonable precautions to prevent Thomas from taking his own life. The Milton Keynes jury had been...

On 23 May 2017 the High Court handed down judgement in the case brought by the relatives of Ian Brown and Danny Dunkley who took their own lives in HMP Woodhill in 2015 and 2016 respectively. They sought a declaration that the Governor of the...

A jury today found further failures in the management of a vulnerable prisoner in HMP Woodhill. The Milton Keynes jury had been hearing evidence in the inquest into the death of Michael Cameron, who was 45 at the time of his death. On 26 April...

Next Monday and Tuesday 13 and 14 March, women’s groups will intervene in a hearing in the Supreme Court, which will decide whether the police owe an actionable legal duty to investigative the crimes of ‘black cab rapist’, John Worboys. The appeal arises from an historic...

Following David Cary’s successful case against the Met, the Mayor of London has confirmed to GLA member Andrew Dismore that he will secure the development of equality measures within the Met. See the written question and answer below: Homophobic discrimination Question No: 2016/4874 Andrew Dismore David Cary secured an impressive...

The High Court has given permission in a claim seeking to tackle the exceptionally high suicide rate at HMP Woodhill. The rate of suicide at the prison has been the highest in the whole prison estate for two years. The High Court has given permission...

David Cary has secured an impressive victory in his 9 year legal battle against the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and the Independent Police Complaints Authority (IPCC). The trial of the Commissioner of Police that was due to start today November 1 has been vacated. Mr Cary...