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24 January 2020 — Press release
Tough new security measures will be introduced at 16 of the most challenging jails – a major part of the government’s crackdown on crime behind bars.
22 January 2020 — Press release
Serious violent and sexual criminals will face more time behind bars under Government plans to better protect the public and restore confidence in the justice system.
21 January 2020 — News story
Tougher sentences, an end to early release and a review of the management of convicted terrorists announced to strengthen the UK’s response to terrorism.
16 January 2020 — Press release
Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of 114 new Queen’s Counsel.
Television cameras will be allowed to broadcast from Crown Courts in England and Wales for the first time, following draft legislation due to be laid by the government today (16 January 2020).
7 January 2020 — Press release
Divorcing couples will no longer have to blame one another for the breakdown of their marriage as a Bill that seeks to reduce family conflict enters Parliament today (7 January 2020).
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