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The government fought off efforts in the House of Lords to remove the new compensation tariff for whiplash injuries, although it has agreed the Lord Chancellor should consult the Lord Chief Justice when setting it, in one of a series of relatively minor concessions.
The agreement between the CPS, NCA and SFO establishes a common framework to identify cases where compensation is appropriate and act swiftly in those cases to return funds to the affected countries, companies or people
A quick guide to what’s involved
The survey forms part of the First4Lawyers campaign, called #RepairTheRightBody, urging members of the public to tell their MPs that the government’s plans, largely contained in the Civil Liability Bill, are wrong to prioritise repairing cars over repairing people.
Resources for HMPPS partner organisations to contribute to HMPPS Changing Lives Together campaign
Secretary of State for Justice's speech at the Education and Employment Strategy Launch at HMP Isis.
Schools with security, not prisons with education – Justice Minister sets out plan for new Secure Schools.
A former bankrupt, currently serving a six-and-a-half years’ prison sentence, has had a home he tried to conceal, confiscated.
Legislation to allow judges to delegate tasks to court staff was announced by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) yesterday as it emerged that the Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) has already begun looking at the issue.
After months of debate on the court modernisation programme led by Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS), we now have an authoritative analysis from the National Audit Office (NAO).
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