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An inmate at one of Britain's top security prisons was compensated because his newspaper was delivered late, it emerged yesterday. The prisoner at Frankland jail, Durham, claimed he was being 'targeted' as other convicts got their papers on time. His was one of more than 6,000 grievances logged at the jail over a 12-month period, the most complaints lodged at any prison in the country.
The Prison Officers Association (PoA) said many involved paedophiles, murderers and rapists moaning about not being called "Mr" or "Sir" by staff. Another Frankland inmate lodged a complaint because he was too late to collect his lunch. He arrived at a canteen after it had closed but claimed he was being bullied