The history of solitary confinement in America, civil death, social death, and how the Department of Corrections has total power over prisoners.
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The state Department of Corrections had staff and inmates tested for coronavirus at the Coyote Ridge Corrections Center.
Our column “Let’s Zoom Xi. He has questions to answer” (Comment, April 5) stated that available records suggested direct flights continued to leave from Wuhan to destinations in Europe and America
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Our report “Pupils may sit only five GCSEs as state schools play catch-up” (News, last week) failed to make clear that the Harris Federation’s plans to reduce the number of GCSEs taken at its schools
Our headline “No work for pupils at reality-TV school” (News, last week) was inaccurate. Passmores Academy has not offered online lessons during lockdown but has set written work for its pupils. We
Average net migration into the UK over the past two decades has been more than 200,000 a year, not 100,000 as we stated (Rod Liddle, Comment, August 9).Complaints concerning inaccuracies in all
Contrary to the statements in our article “‘It’s like we don’t exist’: forgotten victims plead for virus relief” (Business, August 9), Chrissie McLaren is not a director of CM Event Recruitment and is
In “Gordon Brown advised Labour to stop comeback of ‘useless’ Ed Miliband” (News, last week) we reported that, according to friends, Mr Brown believed Mr Miliband was “useless” and “unprincipled”. We
The software used by Professor Neil Ferguson to model the Covid-19 pandemic was peer-reviewed, contrary to the statement in our article “Let’s never have another shutdown” (Business, June 14). We are
In our beaches guide (Travel, last week) we wrote that visitors to Druidston beach in Pembrokeshire could park in the Druidstone Hotel car park. In fact, parking is on the roadside and the hotel is
The item “Dance your way out of this row, folks” (Rod Liddle, Comment, last week) wrongly stated that no opinion polls are available on the level of popular support for the Black Lives Matter movement