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Wycombe educated Justice Secretary: No more 'holiday camp' prisons
FORMER High Wycombe school pupil Chris Grayling, the new Justice Secretary, has pledged to bring an end to the perception of jails as 'holiday camps'.
The ex-Royal Grammar School student has told the media he intends to take a 'tough' approach in tackling crime.
The Conservative Minister has just taken over from Ken Clarke, who has said to have a softer approach to the issue.
Mr Grayling has declared prison works but wants to improve it.
He has indicated he will review perks in jail such as satellite TV and look at human rights law.
But he has stood by his predecessor's commitment to rehabilitation and education for prisoners.
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What is your perception of life in jail?
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