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Inside Time is the only national newspaper for prisoners and detainees distributed throughout the UK prison estate including Immigration Removal Centres and special hospitals. The newspaper launched in 1990 and is published by Inside Time Limited, a not-for-profit organisation and a wholly owned subsidiary of the New Bridge Foundation, the National Charity for Prisoners founded in 1956.
Over 62,000 copies are distributed each month and is available free of charge to all prisoners, detainees and patients in secure premises.
Inside Time also publishes:
- Inside Information - a comprehensive guide to prisons and prison related services; the book is provided free of charge to all prison libraries.
- Inside Poetry - a collection of poems written by people in prison. Each year a new volume is provided free of charge to all UK prison libraries.
- Inside Justice - a division of Inside Time that investigates potential miscarriages of justice. It is currently funded by charitable donations from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, the Newsum Charitable Trust, the Roddick Foundation and Inside Time.
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