Scots prisons on the brink amid overcrowding and prisoner violence

  The Scotsman 

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Scotland's prisons are close to breaking point  with overcrowding and rising assaults on staff by inmates posing a threat to "operational safety" a damning report by the public spending watchdog has found.
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