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27 July 2021 — Press release
Efforts to deliver speedier justice have been stepped up today (Tuesday 27 July) after the Government announced a raft of new measures to help courts recover from the pandemic.
22 July 2021 — Blog post
Witnesses may face difficulty when required to present evidence at trial. HMCTS is rolling out section 28 across England and Wales, to allow witnesses to pre-record their cross examination and preserve the course of justice.
15 July 2021 — Blog post
Taking the next step on the roadmap out of national coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions in England.
19 July 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.
30 July 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.
14 July 2021 — News story
A new, modern home for civil, family and tribunal hearings in Newcastle has officially opened today (14 July 2021), providing an accessible, single space for this work in the city.
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