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Courts news from UK Parliament.

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Justice Committee calls for renewed focus to tackle endemic capacity issues in courts
The Justice Committee publishes a report on court capacity
27 April 2022
Constitution Committee calls for evidence on the role of the Lord Chancellor and the Law Officers
Constitution Committee launch inquiry into the role of the Lord Chancellor and the Law Officer
18 February 2022
MPs to hold a general debate on the matter of lawfare and the UK court system
MPs to hold a general debate on the matter of lawfare and the UK court system
14 January 2022
Committee examines open justice and transparency in family court system
The Justice Committee will convene two evidence sessions focussing on family courts, transparency and court reporting
10 January 2022
Former Home Secretary Lord Blunkett questioned by MPs on IPP sentences
MPs on the Justice Committee hear from Lord Blunkett as part of their ongoing inquiry into IPP sentences.
03 December 2021
End of Rainsbrook STC contract welcomed
The Government has announced that the contract with provider MTC to manage Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre has been ended early
03 December 2021
New Inquiry: Fraud and the Justice System
The Justice Committee has launched a new inquiry to investigate the criminal justice system’s approach to combatting fraud.
03 December 2021
Dominic Raab to face Justice Committee for first time as Lord Chancellor
Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor Dominic Raab to make his first appearance before MPs on the Justice Committee
25 November 2021
Committee examines the future of court reporting in changing media landscape
On Tuesday 9 November the Justice Committee continues its inquiry into open justice
08 November 2021
Lengthy sentencing for children and young people risks breaching human rights law
JCHR calls for rethink of Sentencing Bill
23 September 2021
Justice Committee launches inquiry into IPP sentences
The Justice Committee launches an inquiry into indeterminate sentences of Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP)
21 September 2021
New inquiry – Open Justice: Court reporting in the digital age
Committee launches a new short inquiry into open justice and court reporting in the digital age
17 September 2021
Legal aid needs urgent reform to secure fairness of the justice system
Legal aid is in urgent need of reform to protect the fairness of the justice
27 July 2021
Four short debates in the Lords
Climate change targets, ethnicity and child poverty, neurological services and perpetrators of genocide are in the Lords spotlight. Find out more about Thursday debates in May
28 May 2021
Overseas operations bill concludes parliamentary stages
Lords discusses torture offences and duty of care to service personnel. Find out more
29 April 2021
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