One can only hope that Bellucci is either shot or eaten by a shark in the opening credits, thus ensuring that the Bond credo remains unsullied by older female flesh. All those opposing the ban, including the Howard League for Penal Reform and prominent writers such as Carol Ann Duffy and Salman Rushdie, are jubilant, while the justice secretary, Chris Grayling, looks like a prize idiot. Adding a random ban on books from the outside was beyond farcical. What would this do but further dehumanise prisoners, forcing their sense of possibilities to shrink even more, in the most crass and inhumane way possible? Oh yawn… the spectre of James Bond looms again.
Fatima. Age: 22.
They are nursing mums, not flashers using their child as some kind of sick alibi.
Melody. Age: 29.
Breasts are so ostentatious. If only women could spurt milk from their fingers
Loading comments… Trouble loading? Items such as drugs and extremist materials would be entering prisons through various routes and books would be just one of them. The launch of the new James Bond film Spectre made me shudder in advance about having Bond forced upon us for the foreseeable. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. How wonderful to hear the high court declare that the ban on sending books to prisoners in England was unlawful. Oh yawn… the spectre of James Bond looms again.