The UK's first prison ship for 200 years could be closed unless an expensive facelift is carried out.

Ann Owers, Chief Inspector of Prisons, says the 400-capacity HMP Weare should be shut unless it is improved.
She said the ship, opened in 1997 off Portland, Dorset, is "unsuitable, expensive" and "in the wrong place".

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