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# Slopping Out

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51 inmates in Irish prisons still 'slopping out' despite government pledge to end practice by this year
'If prison does not serve and rehabilitate offenders, they will return to life as before, or worse'
Charlie Flanagan TD
No damages for prisoner whose rights were breached by being forced to defecate in chamber pot
Large drop in number of people being jailed for non-payment of fines
Pictures: This prison riot lasted for 25 days and started 25 years ago today
Timeline to end 'slopping out' in prisons needs to be set
Over 226 prisoners in Cork still forced to 'slop out'
Ireland told to stop sending people to prison for not paying fines
Number of prisoners sharing cells in Irish jails is 'worrying'
End of an era: slopping out to officially end in Mountjoy this month
Plan for new Cork prison signed-off by Oireachtas Committee
Two thirds of Mountjoy cells now have toilets – but many still slopping out
Shatter announces major redevelopment at Limerick Prison
Parts of Limerick Prison 'not fit for purpose' - report
Deep concern expressed by UN at levels of overcrowding in Irish prisons
Human rights commission issues hard-hitting UN 'report card'