Mon 27 April 2009, The Guardian

U-turn on supersized prisons is not so titanic

By Marcel Berlins
We should, I suppose, be grateful to the financial crisis for getting rid of one of the government's most thoughtless, misguided and damaging (to society) plans in the field of criminal justice - the building of three ultra-sized so-called Titan prisons, at an underestimated cost of £1.2bn, which would inevitably have doubled once building had commenced.
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