Inmates 'sleeping in toilet area'
Prisoners are having to sleep in the toilet area of their cells to ease overcrowding at a jail in northern England, a watchdog said in a report on Tuesday.
HM Inspectorate of Prisons found Doncaster jail held almost 200 more inmates than it had been intended for.
Two-man cells had been turned into three-man cells by putting an extra bed in the toilet area.
Meanwhile, a separate report from the Commons justice committee says the government's sentencing policies are adding to overcrowding in prisons.