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Inmate in critical condition after HMP Wandsworth stabbing | UK News

An inmate has been stabbed at HMP Wandsworth, in the same week that a terror suspect escaped from the prison.

The man is in a critical condition and was taken to a major trauma centre by ambulance after emergency services were called around 3pm.

An air ambulance was also sent to the scene.

It is understood that the incident involved two prisoners.

Police have said they were called at around 3.20pm to reports of an inmate being assaulted at the prison.

They added that no arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.

A Prison Service spokesperson said: “Staff swiftly responded to an incident between prisoners at HMP Wandsworth today.

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“We have a zero tolerance approach to violence and will always take strong action against those who break these rules.”

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Daniel Khalife escaped last week

A father who was visiting his son inside the prison said the stabbing happened in one of the communal areas.

He told Sky’s Tom Parmenter: “I saw two ambulances going in and someone said a prisoner has stabbed someone.

“It’s just another day at Wandsworth jail – you do worry as a parent.

“It is chaotic right now – even the officers inside all say they need more staff, my son is always calling saying he is on a lockdown meaning they can’t leave their cells at all, not for a shower not for anything.

“It’s unacceptable, yes they have to be punished but it is inhumane.”

The stabbing comes days after Daniel Khalife, a 21-year-old terror suspect, went missing from the prison on Wednesday.

He was arrested in west London on Saturday after 75 hours on the run and will appear in court tomorrow.

Daniel Khalife: Terror suspect charged with escaping custody at HMP Wandsworth | UK News

Daniel Khalife has been charged with escaping custody at HMP Wandsworth, the Metropolitan Police said.

The terror suspect went missing from prison on Wednesday and was arrested in a London suburb on Saturday – ending 75 hours on the run.

Khalife reportedly laughed as he was apprehended in Northolt on Saturday morning – not long after a plain-clothes police officer pulled him off a bike on a canal towpath.

The former soldier was working in the prison kitchen and was wearing a cook’s uniform when he disappeared. He is believed to have held on to straps on the underside of the truck to make his escape.

Khalife, 21, will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

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About 40 inmates of HMP Wandsworth have been moved out of the prison after Khalife’s escape, the Justice Secretary told Sky News’ Sunday Morning With Trevor Phillips.

Alex Chalk said the preliminary findings of his investigation had found the relevant procedures and security staff were in place – but it was still to be established whether they had been followed.

Dozens of individuals on remand had been moved to different sites “out of an abundance of caution”, he said.

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Khalife charged after escape

Khalife is a former member of the Royal Signals and was based at Beacon Barracks in Stafford.

He was on remand at HMP Wandsworth awaiting trial. He was accused of leaving fake bombs at a military base, a charge under the Terrorism Act, and another under the Official Secrets Act, which alleges he committed “an act prejudicial to the safety or interests of the state”.

He was discharged from the army in May and appeared at the Old Bailey via video link in July, denying the charges against him.