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Up to 50,000 offenders would be spared jail under proposals by the Justice committee of MPs to abolish prison sentences of under one year.

The MPs endorsed plans by David Gauke, the Justice Secretary, to scrap six month sentences but said he should go further and “model the effects” of abolishing sentences under than 12 months.

This would help ease the “enduring” safety crisis in prisons in England and Wales caused by a doubling in the jail population to 82,000 in the past two decades and enable more money to be spent on rehabilitating offenders, said the committee.

They pointed out reoffending by released prisoners cost the country £15 billion. “The scale of the prison population crisis is such...

Up to 50,000 offenders would be spared jail under proposals by the Justice committee of MPs to abolish prison sentences of under one year.

The MPs endorsed plans by David Gauke, the Justice Secretary, to scrap six month sentences but said he should go further and “model the effects” of abolishing sentences under than 12 months.

This would help ease the “enduring” safety crisis in prisons in England and Wales caused by a doubling in the jail population to 82,000 in the past two decades and enable more money to be spent on rehabilitating offenders, said the committee.

They pointed out reoffending by released prisoners cost the country £15 billion. “The scale of the prison population crisis is such...

Up to 50,000 offenders would be spared jail under proposals by the Justice committee of MPs to abolish prison sentences of under one year.

The MPs endorsed plans by David Gauke, the Justice Secretary, to scrap six month sentences but said he should go further and “model the effects” of abolishing sentences under than 12 months.

This would help ease the “enduring” safety crisis in prisons in England and Wales caused by a doubling in the jail population to 82,000 in the past two decades and enable more money to be spent on rehabilitating offenders, said the committee.

They pointed out reoffending by released prisoners cost the country £15 billion. “The scale of the prison population crisis is such...

Up to 50,000 offenders would be spared jail under proposals by the Justice committee of MPs to abolish prison sentences of under one year.

The MPs endorsed plans by David Gauke, the Justice Secretary, to scrap six month sentences but said he should go further and “model the effects” of abolishing sentences under than 12 months.

This would help ease the “enduring” safety crisis in prisons in England and Wales caused by a doubling in the jail population to 82,000 in the past two decades and enable more money to be spent on rehabilitating offenders, said the committee.

They pointed out reoffending by released prisoners cost the country £15 billion. “The scale of the prison population crisis is such...