The decision to move women prisoners from Northern Ireland's top security prison to a young offenders centre has been criticised by the Human Rights Commission.

The Prison Service is moving its female inmates from Maghaberry jail in County Antrim to Hydebank Wood in south Belfast.
The authorities believe the move will offer prisoners a more comprehensive female specific regime.

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