Former Justice Secretary, Robert Buckland QC, argued that the Prime Minister’s p

Former Justice Secretary, Robert Buckland QC, argued that the Prime
Minister’s plans for more and better prison places, “Means less reoffending and lower burden on the taxpayer in the future.”
This essay will critically reflect on whether this statement is accurate, assessing the justifications of punishment, in particular imprisonment, the financial burden of prisons and the effects of the induvial during and after. The essay will explore the potential positive affects of new prisons as well as alternative approaches for the purpose of financial benefits and rehabilitation benefits which go hand in hand. Following the exploration of the issues, facts, and recommendations the essay will conclude the findings in relation to with the Prime Ministers plans

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