He said: 'Making prison a soft option will not be a deterrent to criminals.I’m not sure I’d call it the killer app the PS Vita’s looking for, but if you’ve been waiting for a video chat option that lets you avail yourself of the Vita’s dual cameras, it’s finally here, as in right now, courtesy Skype.All you need do is download it (it’s free for all) from the Play Station Store, though Sony notes it could take up to 48 hours to roll out completely. PSP owners frequently complained about the latter on message boards over the years, urging Sony and Skype to convert the PSP into a Wi-Fi videophone, but nothing materialized.The PSP, you’ll recall, already had Skype, but that version was feature-limited — namely, you couldn’t make video calls, in part because the PSP had no inbuilt camera, but also in part because Sony and Skype never got around to supporting the snap-in PSP camera Sony released in 2010 (in the U. (MORE: Did the PS Vita Show Too Much of Its Game Face at Launch?
I never felt this horrible like I did last night, the whole night I cried, the kind of... Everyone thinks my diet is really a diet but I'm... I am tempted to make the world a better place by eliminating myself from it... Tory peer Lord Farmer said job descriptions for guards should include 'developing personal relationships with their prisoners', with inmates given the chance to do face painting or play table football with their children during extended visits.The multi-millionaire hedge fund boss, who was ennobled by David Cameron after he donated millions to the party, said boosting links between offenders and their families reduces the likelihood of them reoffending when they are released. In his report he called for: The Ministry of Justice, which commissioned the review, last night said it had already started drawing up a plan on how to implement its recommendations.Prisons guards should be given annual refresher courses to help them understand 'family issues' that affect inmates, with a requirement for them to build bonds with them, the report said.'Officer job descriptions must include developing personal relationships with their prisoners,' it said.Tory MP Andrew Rosindell last night warned that 'prison must be about punishment and rehabilitation'.