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Why deaf prisoners have been in a state of lockdown since well before COVID-19

By Laura Kelly-Corless, Lecturer in Criminology, University of Central Lancashire
Daniel McCulloch, Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy, The Open University
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While the pandemic has had devastating consequences for imprisoned people, many of their experiences were already characterised by pain and deprivation

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