There are currently 85,076 inmates in England and Wales
The prison population in England and Wales has reached a record high of 85,201, it has emerged.
Ministry of Justice figures show this figure was 192 more than last Friday.
Campaigners have called for Justice Secretary Ken Clarke to freeze the building of new prisons and stop the number of inmates rising further.
In February Jack Straw, the then justice secretary, announced the end of an early release scheme which saw more than 80,000 offenders let out.
No prisoners were eligible for the End of Custody Licence (ECL) scheme after 12 March and the last remaining ECL prisoners were out on 9 April.