News

All the latest developments and news from Mark’s campaign and life in prison, as we follow his journey from accusation to exoneration.

Open Letter to the Lord Chancellor – Rt. Hon. David Gauke

June 15, 2018 Mark and his family would like to thank everyone who supported their petition to the Lord Chancellor, Rt. Hon. David Gauke MP (below). Unfortunately, the Ministry of Justice has not granted the media access to interview Mark in prison. They ...

The Suppliant’s Song – a Hymn written in prison

May 15, 2018 Mark’s faith has been an important source of strength for him in prison. Many have been moved by Mark’s music in Church, where he plays the piano and violin for the weekly services. Mark wrote this special prayer for the ...

Ministry of Justice Press Office refuses request from journalist

September 20, 2017 Letter to the Head of News, External Communications Dear Madame,  Thank you for your letter of 31 August. I appreciate you giving our request some consideration. I must say, I was extremely surprised by the Ministry’s response given the length of time ...

Mark issues statement regarding CCRC’s refusal to refer his case

April 2, 2015 In 2015, the CCRC opted not to refer our first application to the Court of Appeal In spite of the new evidence we presented to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC), it has decided not to refer my case to the ...

CCRC response to formal complaint

March 25, 2015 This was the CCRC’s formal response to Mark’s complaint, following their decision not to refer his case to the Court of Appeal. You can read Mark’s reaction here.

DipABRSM Certificate and Examiner comments

July 23, 2014 Mark studied for his Diploma in Music Performance (DipABRSM) whilst in prison. You can find his recital programme here.

DipABRSM Programme

July 22, 2014 This is a copy of Mark’s Programme, written for his Diploma in Music Performance (DipABRSM). He sat the exam in prison and was awarded a Merit.

Grade 8 Piano Certificate

June 1, 2013 Mark sat his Grade 8 Piano exam in prison

Serious Case Review

January 18, 2012 This is an executive summary (not the full report) of the original 34-page Serious Case Review (SCR) commissioned by the police in March 2010, and conducted by Buckinghamshire County Council (pdf below). Three of the police officers involved in Mark’s ...

Leave a Reply