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Administration of justice

Administration of justice news from UK Parliament.

Total results 250 (page 13 of 17)
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Ministry of Justice failing to meet key environmental standards
Environmental Audit Committee publishes report on the Ministry of Justice's environmental sustainability
02 February 2018
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Experts questioned on limit of small claims for personal injuries
Justice Committee examines Government proposal to raise small claims limit
16 January 2018
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European Free Trade Association questioned on enforcement and dispute resolution post-Brexit
EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 16 January at 10.45am
16 January 2018
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Tenth Informal Brexit Liaison Group meeting held
Tenth Informal Brexit Liaison Group meeting held
22 December 2017
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Justice Minister questioned on employment tribunal fees
Justice Committee examines employment tribunal fees
19 December 2017
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Lords debate Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses? report
Justice for families and business post-Brexit debate takes place on 20 December
18 December 2017
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Government responds to Brexit: judicial oversight of the European Arrest Warrant report
Brexit: judicial oversight of the European Arrest Warrant Government response published
07 December 2017
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Brexit: enforcement and dispute resolution inquiry launched
The EU Justice Sub-Committee launches an inquiry into Brexit: enforcement and dispute resolution
06 December 2017
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'Inappropriate powers' in Sanctions Bill says Lords Committee
Constitution Committee publishes report on Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill report
17 November 2017
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Judicial recruitment and lack of diversity puts justice at risk
Constitution Committee publishes report on Judicial Appointments: follow up
02 November 2017
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Regime for disclosing youth criminal records needs urgent change
Justice Committee publishes report on disclosure of youth criminal records
27 October 2017
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The work of the Ministry of Justice examined
Justice Committee questions Secretary of State for Justice
25 October 2017
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Intimidatory offences and domestic abuse guidelines: consistent approach needed
Justice Committee publishes report on the draft Sentencing Council guidelines
25 October 2017
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Government must address crisis of self-inflicted deaths in prison
Joint Committee on Human Rights calls for Government to bring forward legislation
02 May 2017
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Draft Sentencing Guideline on breach offences: risk of increase in custodial sentences
Justice Committee says more accurate estimate of impact on prison population needed
25 April 2017
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