Maghaberry prison governor Phil Wragg said he expected a far more positive inspection in January
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Maghaberry prison: Governor Phil Wragg 'can address concerns'

The man in charge of Northern Ireland's high security Maghaberry prison says he is confident he can address serious concerns raised in a critical report.

Inspectors labelled the prison, near Lisburn, as the most dangerous in Europe, describing it as unsafe, unstable and in a state of crisis.

Phil Wragg, who was appointed governor in August, three months after the inspection was carried out, spoke to BBC News NI Home Affairs Correspondent Vincent Kearney.

  • 11 Nov 2015