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7 December 2021 — Blog post
Amy Caldwell-Nichols, HMCTS Deputy Director, Head of Insights and Analytics, writes about the data strategy used by HMCTS to make accessing court services as straight-forward as possible.
29 November 2021 — Blog post
As Delivery Director in Wales, I’ve seen first-hand over the last 18 months how challenging times bring people together to work towards a common goal.
24 November 2021 — News story
Newport will be home to the fifth Service Centre providing support for people using courts and tribunals.
8 November 2021 — News story
Details of which courts and tribunals will be closed over the Christmas period.
5 November 2021 — Guidance
This page provides advice and guidance for all court and tribunal users during the COVID-19 pandemic and will be updated when new advice is available.
3 December 2021 — Guidance
A weekly summary of the latest HM Courts and Tribunals Service operational position for users. We will aim to update this every Friday at 4pm.
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