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Prisoner Charles Bronson tells parole hearing ‘I just want to go out and do my art’

One of UK’s longest serving and most notorious prisoners says he is now a ‘man of peace’

Charles Bronson, one of the UK’s longest serving and most notorious prisoners, has told a parole hearing that he is now a “man of peace” and just wants to “go out and do my art”.

Bronson, 70, who has been in jail for 48 years, almost continuously, much of it in solitary confinement, said he had deserved “a good 35 years” of that stretch because he had been “naughty” but he is now reformed.

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