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A plan outlining the the way courts and tribunals have changed the way they work to run safely during COVID-19 and enable vulnerable people to access the justice system.
Consultation on the amendment of HM Courts and Tribunals Service’s Welsh Language Scheme.
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Ymgynghoriad ar ddiwygio Cynllun Iaith Gymraeg Gwasanaeth Llysoedd a Thribiwnlysoedd EM
Proposed changes to the organisation management and functions of Advisory Committees on Justices of the Peace.
Proposals to merge local justice areas for magistrates' court cases in Wales.
Proposals to introduce a new tenure for fee paid office holders and modernise judicial terms and conditions.
This consultation proposes that Camberwell Green and Hammersmith magistrates’ courts are closed.
Seeks views on changes to the justice system.
Announcement of ambitious programme of reform to modernise Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service.
Proposals to merge local justice areas for magistrates' court cases in Avon and Somerset.
A consultation response on the merger of the South East Surrey, South West Surrey and North Surrey local justice areas.
A consultation on the realignment of local justice areas in Gwent and South Wales from 2 October 2015 to 14 November 2015.
Ymgynghoriad ar aildrefnu ardaloedd cyfiawnder lleol yng Ngwent a De Cymru o 2 Hydref 2015 tan 14 Tachwedd 2015.
Protocol between NOMS and HMCTS for the safe and secure management of court proceedings, involving defendants being transported to and from court and secure establishments.
Actions being taken to make Administrative Justice and Tribunals more streamlined and efficient.
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