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RTR3798
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
United Kingdom
BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER ADDRESSES CONFERENCE ON PENAL REFORM IN OXFORD.
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. Former
Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for
perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for
illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading
and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will
remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and
bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which
disqualifies Archer. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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