Britain's most evil killers offered meat-free roasts and vegan sausage rolls on Christmas Day

BRITAIN’S most evil killers were offered meat-free roasts, salads and vegan sausage rolls on Christmas Day.

Plant-based options were on the menu along with traditional turkey and all the trimmings for lifers at top-security Frankland prison.

The calorie-busting day for the inmates — including child murderers Ian Huntley and Levi Bellfield plus killer cop Wayne Couzens — began with a choice of cereal before the full ­festive lunch followed by Christmas pudding and sauce or fruit cocktail.

The same menu will be served to lags on New Year’s Day.

Choices at tea time included a vegan pasty, tuna mayo roll or chicken pasta salad.

Yesterday, inmates at the County Durham jail were allowed to choose between a bacon chop or veggie sausages.

Meanwhile, lags at West Yorkshire’s Wakefield prison — dubbed Monster Mansion — could tuck into mushroom and spinach kiev or a wellington slice.

All mains came with roast potatoes, sprouts, carrots and gravy.

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For dessert, there was a Christmas pudding with white sauce and a banana.

A Ministry of Justice spokesman said: “Meals in prisons over Christmas are paid for from within the existing budget and at no extra cost to the taxpayer.

“What is spent on food per prisoner per day, and the breakdown per meals, is ultimately a decision for each governor and their catering team.”

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