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More men dying in prisons

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Self-inflicted prison deaths in England and Wales have increased by 23% in a year, while drug abuse continues to plague facilities despite repeated recommendations to tackle the problems, the prisons watchdog has found.

The number of prison deaths also rose by 6% to 334 in the financial year 2018-19, despite an unexplained reduction in the number of prisoners dying from natural causes, the prisons and probation ombudsman said.

Self-inflicted deaths rise in prisons in England and Wales
Prisons and probation | The Guardian by PA Media

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