Britain's 'most violent prisoner' given two more years

A man, often described as Britain's 'most violent prisoner,' has pleaded guilty to assault after an incident at Woodhill prison in Milton Keynes.

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Milton Keynes: Britain's 'most violent prisoner' given two more years for attacking governor

Woodhill prison in Milton Keynes. Credit: PA

A man, often described as Britain's 'most violent prisoner,' has pleaded guilty to assault after an incident at Woodhill prison in Milton Keynes.

61-year-old Charles Bronson has been sentenced to a further two years in prison after he held Woodhill's governor, Alan Parkins in a headlock, holding him so tightly he was unable to breathe.

Bronson had to restrained by several staff, with Mr Parkins left with bruising, cuts to his face and a nose bleed.

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