The High Court has decided it cannot force prison bosses at HMP Woodhill to take action and prevent more self-inflicted deaths.
An inquest has delivered a damning verdict following the death of an inmate at a Milton Keynes prison.
A Milton Keynes prison has been criticised once again for failing to protect its inmates - as an inquest jury decided the death of Michael Cameron was suicide.
The 45-year-old was found hanging in his HMP Woodhill cell in April 2016. Staff had been warned he was vulnerable and razor blades had previously been taken away from him.
This is the latest from our report Chloe Keedy who has been at the inquest.
Jury in Michael Cameron inquest returns narrative verdict - finds procedures + adherence to them at HMP Woodhill were inadequate @itvanglia
Jury finds there was failure to carry out assessments and reviews adequately + that it more than minimally contributed to Michael's death
Jury finds there was failure to respond appropriately to Michael's risk of self harm or suicide by not making urgent mental health referral
Jury finds it was inappropriate to move Michael's cellmate leaving him alone in cell + this caused or contributed to his death @itvanglia
More to follow.
The inquest jury looking at the death of inmate at a prison dogged by suicides has retired to consider its findings.