The High Court have rejected an application made by ministers in order to postpone the government’s clean air plan until after the general election. They have ordered the government to […]
Tomorrow, parliament will commence the second reading of the prison and courts bill. This bill aims to enshrine the purpose of prisons in law, something that has never been done […]
The House of Lords’ constitutional committee has warned the government against taking advantage of legislation that enables the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. Government officials must not use the changes to introduce radical […]
The government will go ahead with an increase in probate application fees despite vehement opposition by lawyers. Probate application fees are currently set at £215 if the process is handled […]
The government has confirmed that it has no current plans to change existing legislation on divorce law despite calls for its reformation. When asked by Lord Pendry (Thomas Pendry) whether […]
The justice secretary, Liz Truss, is to reject making deep cuts in the record 85,000 prison population in England and Wales, warning that such “quick fix” solutions would put the public […]
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