David Cameron has insisted prison must be made to work and unveiled plans for tougher sentences balanced by a drive to slash re-offending. The Prime Minister, attempting to wrestle back the political initiative after a chaotic week for the Government, outlined plans for a "rehabilitation revolution". This will mean all but the most high-risk prisoners will be given support by the end of 2015 to help them turn their lives around - instead of those only jailed for more than a year. In a major expansion, private firms, charities and voluntary groups will be paid by results for helping offenders to escape a life of crime.
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