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Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Following the decision to Sue the Prison Service by a woman who was given Paracetamol for her pregnancy HMPS has launched an internal investigation into how the babies got into the prison.

A statement, issued today by the Prison Service said that they were following a number of lines of enquiries. Along with mobile phones and drugs, babies are often thrown over the wall into the prison.

An 'inside source', told Spoof Reporter, that women sometimess smuggle babies into the prison hidden in internal orifices and although they strip search all new arrivals and make them 'squat' often babies don't fall out.

The woman, who we understand has been in Holloway for 4 years was not allowed to comment but we understand the babies were born each holding a bunch of keys.

The prison service deny that any of its staff were responsible for the babies; meanwhile searching of visitors has been stepped up to stop them smuggling the babies and handing them over hidden in drinks or sweet wrappers.

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