New Labour British PM May Release 40,000 Prisoners


After the UK voters took the disastrous step of giving the Labour Party a big majority, a slew of deranged leftist policies is expected – and few of them promise to be more controversial than the handling of their prisons.

It is now reported that up to 40,000 convicted criminals could be freed after serving less than half of their sentences behind bars.

Yes, you read it right: under Labour plans to ease prison overcrowding, convicted felons would be allowed out ‘on license’ after serving only 40 percent of their terms.

This comes after new Prime Minister Sir Keir Starmer stated that prisons are a ‘broken’ system.

A record 88,225 people are currently in prison in England and Wales and there are believed to be less than 700 places remaining.