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MOJ has written to the Employment Tribunal in relation to the O’Brien/Miller & Others litigation, following the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union on 7 November 2018.
David Gauke sets out his vision for a "smart" justice system to reduce reoffending, protect the public and ensure serious criminals receive the punishment they deserve.
David Gauke today (18 February 2019) set out his vision for a "smart" justice system to reduce reoffending, protect the public and ensure serious criminals receive the punishment they deserve.
David Gauke announces national roll out of new GPS tags which will provide 24/7 location monitoring of offenders.
Minister Rory Stewart has hailed the “significant progress” made at some of the country’s toughest jails, six months on from the launch of his ‘10 prisons project’.
The Secretary of State for Justice, Rt Hon.
‘Upskirting’ perpetrators face two years in prison and being placed on the sex offenders register, as a new law making the act a specific criminal offence is expected to receive Royal Assent today (Tuesday 12 February).
There is a lot in the news about 'upskirting' - find out what it's all about and why the law has changed.
HMCTS and MOJ responses to Public Accounts Committee's recommendations, Fifty-Sixth Report of Session 2017 to 2019.
Ministry of Justice response to Public Accounts Committee's sixth recommendation in its report Transforming courts and tribunals, Fifty-Sixth Report of Session 2017 to 2019.
A new strategy to help people resolve legal problems at the earliest opportunity and avoid the need for unnecessary court proceedings was unveiled today.
Dr Jo Farrar has been appointed as the next Chief Executive of HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS).
Ministry of Justice response to Public Accounts Committee's fourth recommendation in its report Transforming courts and tribunals, Fifty-Sixth Report of Session 2017 to 2019.
Sweeping changes to the parole system to improve transparency, offer better support for victims and new powers to reconsider decisions have been announced by the Justice Secretary David Gauke today, following a review of the Parole Board’s rules.
A new system alerting charities to when they have been left money in wills is to be established by HM Courts and Tribunals Service following a decision to end its current arrangement.
Scanners which detect drugs on clothes and mail are up and running at 10 of the most challenging jails, Prisons Minister Rory Stewart announced today (Thursday 31 January).
People across the country will benefit from two new Courts & Tribunals Service Centres opening today in Stoke and Birmingham.
A special unit set up to freeze and seize the assets of criminals operating in prisons has claimed its first success, Justice Secretary David Gauke confirmed today (Monday 28, January).
IT network access has been restored across the Ministry of Justice estate.
The Secretary of State for Justice has announced the appointment of 5 new members to the Civil Justice Council (CJC) for a period of 3 years from 1 January 2019.
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