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Ministry of Justice Loses Death Inquiry Data "In the Post"

In the least shocking news of the day a Government department has lost sensitive data after two discs containing documents relating to three inquiries were… 119 more words


The monetary penalty notice is in the post

UPDATE: 29.01.15 The BBC now reports that files relating to the role of the police in the deaths of two other members of the public have apparently been “lost in the post”. 612 more words

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The complex life of a Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice

Unlike his boss, the book-banner and serial law-breaker Chris Grayling, junior justice minister Shailesh Vara is rarely seen or heard in public. But every now and then he pops up in the House of Commons to deny that the dramatic decline in employment tribunal cases since July 2013 is more than tangentially related to the ET fees regime introduced by the recidivist Grayling in, er, July 2013. 2,230 more words


Polish Judges Dreading Changes?

The powers of Poland’s Deputy Ministers of Justice will be extended. If new legislation is passed they will be able to deputise for the Minister of Justice in matters connected with the disciplinary liability of judges. 141 more words


Restorative Justice changes - thus far, a dog's breakfast

Late last year, I wrote about a new change to the criminal sentencing process, involving the mass rollout of Restorative Justice:

Essentially, in every criminal case in the District Court where a guilty plea is entered and there is a victim or victims, the case must be adjourned for an investigation into whether a restorative justice meeting should occur.

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Ellen Sounds Dismissal Caveat

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has challenged public officials to either perform their duties and responsibilities in the interest of the state or quit public service. 270 more words