Edward Garnier

From WikiCorporates
Revision as of 01:01, 22 March 2018 by GrayanOne (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to navigation Jump to search


  • Oct.01.2009: Exploiting the captive labour force. ... Jonathan Aitken, former Conservative minister turned prison reformer, describes similar (pointess + futiile) work when he was in prison. Shadow justice minister Edward Garnier says a Conservative govt would encourage more private companies and charities to offer work and training in jail' he says it will be "real work" and and allow prisoners to earn "wages that will incentivise them into seeing connection between effort and reward". Inside Time.
  • Sept.08.2009: Prisoners promised 'real wages' under the Tories. Under plans being drawn up by the Conservatives and penal reformers, prisoners will get paid proper wages for doing real work – currently they can be paid as little as £4 a week. In "Prisoners Promised ‘Real Wages’ Under the Tories", Edward Garnier, then shadow Justice Minister, is quoted as saying: "I want to see prisoners doing real work, not mere time-filling, and I want to see them earning wages that will incentivise them into seeing a connection between effort and reward." Phil Chamberlaid, Richard Cookson, The Guardian.