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Taskforce will investigate and draw up action to tackle these crimes.
Her Majesty the Queen, on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, has approved the reappointment of 3 Commissioners to the Judicial Appointments Commission.
Her Majesty the Queen, on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, has approved the reappointment of the Chairman of the Criminal Cases Review Commission.
The bill provides protection to millions of people who experience domestic abuse and strengthens measures to tackle perpetrators.
The biggest shake-up of terrorist sentencing and monitoring in decades has been granted Royal Assent today (29 April 2021) – giving the courts, police and security services greater powers to protect the public.
The Lord Chancellor, after consultation with the Lord Chief Justice, has approved the reappointment of Gabriella Bettiga as member of the Tribunal Procedure Committee .
Growing exports for the UK’s prestigious legal services in Africa will be the focus of a virtual conference hosted by the Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland today (22 April).
A review of fees for non-legal members in tribunals.
Victims of crime will get better support from the police, courts and other criminal justice agencies as a new Victims’ Code comes into force today (Thursday 1 April).
Sobriety tags and drinking bans aimed at reducing alcohol-fuelled crimes launch in England today (Wednesday 31 March), following a successful rollout in Wales.
The home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club will begin a new life as a temporary court this week, joining the national effort to tackle the impact of coronavirus on the criminal justice system.
Separating parents will be helped to avoid stressful court battles through a new million-pound mediation scheme launched by the government today (26 March 2021).
Speech delivered by the Lord Chancellor at the Queen Mary University Conference.
The Lord Chancellor has approved an extension to Sir Nicholas Green’s tenure as the Chair of the Law Commission.
The Lord Chancellor, after consultation with the Lord Chief Justice, has approved the appointment of Gary Kildare, as a Lay Member of the Legal Services Board, for four years from 1 April 2021.
Sally Cheshire CBE appointed as the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) Chair and the reappointment of Catherine Doran, Paul Grant and Mandy Jones as Cafcass board members.
The Lord Chancellor has unveiled plans to reform the judicial review process and provide courts with a greater range of powers.
The Lord Chancellor has appointed Ronnie Alexander to the board of the Independent Monitoring Authority as member with knowledge of the relevant matters in Wales.
Burglars, thieves and robbers released from prison will be made to wear GPS tags to track their movements in a world first scheme to crack down on neighbourhood criminals.
The Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary has today (16 March 2021) announced that Jo Farrar has been appointed as the new Second Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Justice.
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