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Supplementary ECHR memorandum: Lords Committee stage, October 2012

The Home Office and Ministry of Justice published an ECHR memorandum on Introduction of the Crime and Courts Bill in the House of Lords on 10…

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Supplementary ECHR memorandum Lords Committee stage - October 2012 (Microsoft Word file - 131kb)

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The Home Office and Ministry of Justice published an ECHR memorandum on Introduction of the Crime and Courts Bill in the House of Lords on 10 May 2012.

A supplementary memorandum was published on 22 June 2012 in respect of a Government amendment providing for the transfer of immigration and nationality judicial reviews in England and Wales from the High Court to the Upper Tribunal.

This further supplementary memorandum addresses Government amendments for Lords Committee stage in relation to community sentencing and Deferred Prosecution Agreements.

Date: Thu Oct 25 11:25:51 BST 2012

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Published 25 October 2012