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Unison plans Supreme Court appeal after latest setback on employment tribunal fees

Unison has applied for permission to take its legal challenge to the Government’s introduction of employment tribunal fees to the Supreme Court, after the Court of Appeal this week rejected the union’s claims. 919 more words


Justice For Subpostmasters Alliance (JFSA)

Justice For Subpostmasters Alliance (JFSA) mainly comprises of ex-Subpostmasters who have suffered at the hands of Post Office Limited, and who continue to fight for justice and to expose a major national scandal of incompetence and cover up. 390 more words


Papers now develop wings, as Police claims it couldn't find Senate Forgery Report

There is pandemonium over the final report of the police investigation into the alleged forgery of the Senate Standing Orders 2015 with conflicting claims by both the police 569 more words


Criminal Court Charges: a return to pre-Victorian values

We need a tougher justice regime in these austere times – so why not bring back Dickensian-style debtors’ prisons? We’re not there yet, but we’re several steps along the way thanks to the UK Government’s Criminal Court Charges. 1,833 more words


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Urgent Appeal from the Party ‘Socialist Ukraine’

Ukraine Solidarity Campaign has received the following appeal from the party ‘Socialist Ukraine’/Соціалістична Україна.  Socialist Ukraine has been denied registration of their newspaper… 610 more words

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It's official: Private prisons cost taxpayer more than state prisons

By Ian Dunt 

As surely as night follows day, calls for departmental cost-cutting are met by promises to privatise more services. It seems intuitive – farm it all out to the private sector and cut your costs. 446 more words

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Howard League launches campaign for urgent Criminal Courts Charge review

A teenager who stole sweets and ice cream worth £5, a woman found begging in a car park and a man who kicked a flower pot after being stabbed are among thousands of people who have been ordered to pay a controversial new charge which penalises the poor and encourages the innocent to plead guilty. 969 more words

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