Ten years into a 10 month prison sentence
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One man's story of being jailed indefinitely

In 2006 James Ward was given a 10-month prison sentence. Ten years later, he is still in jail and has no release date.

James is one of around 4,000 prisoners in the UK still being held on an Imprisonment for Public Protection sentence - or IPP - despite the fact that they were abolished by the government in 2012.

Today correspondent Zoe Conway reports.

  • 30 May 2016