Just as the drama of the escape and recapture of Daniel Khalife settled down, HMP Wandsworth returned to more routine problems. On Sunday, another prisoner was hospitalised, having been stabbed by a fellow inmate.
This sort of violence is all too common, especially in the overcrowded Victorian local prisons that hold often volatile remand prisoners.
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