Thursday, January 22, 2009

In the UK, will create a radio station for prisoners.

The British Government is planning to establish a radio station for prisoners, reports The Telegraph.
It is anticipated that the station will broadcast 12 hours a day in the 140 prisons in England and Wales. The foundation will broadcast educational transfer and communication, taken from prisoners and for them.
According to estimates of experts, the cost of launching the project is two million pounds sterling. The money can be obtained either from the state budget or from charitable organizations.
However, some members of the government, the establishment of such a station is a waste of resources that could go to improving the welfare of prisoners.

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