Britain’s hardest prisoner Charles Bronson reveals disturbing ‘dirty dozen’ artworks based on notorious lags such as Fred West, Harold Shipman and Ian Brady

The disturbing drawings also make reference to the Krays, Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe and Levi Bellfield The infamously violent inmate has turned his hand to art in recent years – even changing his surname to Salvador, after legendary Spanish painter Salvador Dali. This drawing announces Charles Bronson’s ‘dirty dozen’ notorious lags Bronson produced