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11 February 2020 — Press release
Emergency legislation will end the automatic early release of terrorist offenders, as the government takes decisive action to protect the public and keep our streets safe.
7 February 2020 — Press release
Victims of rape and sexual assault across England and Wales will be helped by a 50 per cent funding boost for specialist support services, the government has announced.
3 February 2020 — Statement to Parliament
The Lord Chancellor gave an update in the House of Commons about the Government response to the Streatham incident.
3 February 2020 — Campaign
This page contains information on where to seek advice and assistance following a terrorist attack.
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.
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