Overcrowding in British prisons, largely due to the rush of feminist legislation putting ever more male sex offenders behind bars (with the support of the MHRM), has required the necessity of building the UK's first 'Super Prison', with more planned to follow. Four smaller prisons will close, and a prison that housed female offenders will be converted into a male only prison. This follows official feminist recommendations that 'no woman should go to prison' and that female prisons should be closed.
Four prisons in England are to close as the government announced the site for a new super-prison in north Wales.
The jails in Reading, Dorchester, Blundeston and Northallerton will be shut down by March next year, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said.
Feltham Young Offender Institution will also be replaced.
But campaigners said replacing old prisons with new, bigger ones would make them harder to manage and would not reduce crime.
The closures mean 1,400 prison places will be lost in England and Wales while the new £250m prison in Wrexham will hold more than 2,000 inmates....
...Downview prison, in Surrey, is to hold male rather than female prisoners and Warren Hill, in Suffolk, will stop holding young offenders and will instead hold adult males, it added.