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Spending Review & Autumn Statement 2015: £700m earmarked for court efficiency reforms

Earlier this afternoon, the Chancellor brought to an end speculation about whether funds for radical technology-driven reform to the court service would be made available. He confirmed that £700 million of the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) spending settlement would be allocated to this project, saying that… 533 more words


All you need to know about whiplash fraud - in 90 minutes…

An hour and half of Parliamentary time on the afternoon of Wednesday 18 November was set aside to debate on personal injury fraud. As is the case when the topic arises, there was a good deal of hot air and disagreement over the detail of the statistics quoted in the market. 513 more words


Prisons in the press - 20 November

Cats sent to prison as an inmate takes to the roof

Prisons in the press brings you the best articles from the past week to keep you up-to-date on prison news. 538 more words


Nine cheap warehouses

Michael Gove, Justice Secretary, has announced his intention to build nine new prisons. These will be much needed replacements for some of the old, crumbling prison estate. 1,046 more words

Value For Money

Tribunal fees revisited (again...)

The issue of tribunal fees has generated a huge amount of comment within the world of employment, and no shortage of controversy, since their introduction in the summer of 2013. 425 more words