The Parole Board said they did not believe the 70-year-old was suitable for release.
Britain's most notorious prisoner has lost his latest appeal after spending nearly 50 years behind bars.
Paula Williamson, who married notorious prisoner Charles Bronson, was found dead in July 2019.
In a bizarre first day of his public parole hearing, Bronson cursed, discussed his favourite hostage, and said he probably deserved about 35 years of the almost 50 he had served.
Bronson has spent the majority of the past 50 years behind bars, during which time he has taken a total of 11 people hostage and attacked fellow inmates and guards.
The former Coronation Street extra, 37, tied the knot to the 64-year-old prisoner at Wakefield jail in a star-studded ceremony after arriving under a purple cloak. Charles Bronson’s new bride Paula Williamson was all smiles the day after her wedding. Paula was spotted wearing a pair of sunglasses earlier today and she had a glove on her left hand, where her wedding ring would have been placed by Bronson, who was thought to have been handcuffed to a guard during the ceremony.
Charles Bronson’s bride Paula Williamson arrives at Wakefield jail. Pal Timothy Crowley – who was dressed up as Bronson – drove Paula to the prison in a Mercedes which had a banner with the words “Just Married” attached to the boot. Bronson is expected to be handcuffed to a warder throughout the ceremony and he won’t be allowed to consummate his marriage because he will be led back to his cell after tying the knot to Paula, according to The Sun.
Like, you end up having a rap battle with the Queen, or you’re running through the woods chased by Tess Daly and Trevor McDonald and you don’t know why? Yes folks, it appears we’ve well and truly crossed over into the Twilight Zone this morning, as it’s emerged that publicity-shy X Factor alumnus Frankie Cocozza is now collaborating with none other than Charles Bronson. It all started – as it often does – when Frankie and his band mates were watching an interview with our fave, Tom Hardy, who played Bronson in a biopic about the prisoner’s life.