In the Media

Working behind bars

PUBLISHED November 10, 2004

The dubious honour of housing some of the most violent and well-known prisoners in Britain, makes HMP Belmarsh one of most famous jails in the country.

The south-east London prison holds 921 inmates including Soham murderer Ian Huntley and train robber Ronnie Biggs.
But few people know what really happens in one of Britain's top security prisons.