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Courts news from UK Parliament.

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MPs to debate the European arrest warrant
On 20 April MPs will take part in a general debate in Westminster Hall
30 March 2017
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Lord Chief Justice questioned in annual meeting with Committee
The Constitution Committee hears evidence on Wednesday 22 March at 10.15am
15 March 2017
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Experts questioned on Judicial recruitment
The Constitution Committee hears evidence on Wednesday 15 March at 10.30am
15 March 2017
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Judicial appointments re-examined in Lords inquiry
Constitution Committee launches follow-up inquiry on Judicial Appointments
08 March 2017
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Lord Chancellor gives annual evidence to Constitution Committee
Constitution Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 1 March at 10.30am
01 March 2017
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Chairman of Judicial Appointments Commission questioned by Committee
Constitution Committee hears evidenc on Wednesday 1 March at 11.15am
24 February 2017
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Senior members of judiciary advise on civil justice cooperation
EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 17 January at 11:00am
17 January 2017
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Minister questioned on response to courts and tribunals fees report
Justice Committee hears from Sir Oliver Heald QC MP, Minister of State for Courts and Justice
14 December 2016
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Lord Chief Justice's report 2016 examined
Justice Committee questions Rt Hon Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice
22 November 2016
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Does the Licensing Act 2003 work in practice?
Licensing Act 2003 Committee takes evidence on 1 November 2016 at 10.45am
01 November 2016
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Government must develop over-arching strategy for magistracy
Justice Committee report finds range of unresolved issues, and serious recruitment and training problems
19 October 2016
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MPs debate domestic abuse victims in family law courts
On 15 September MPs took part in a Chamber debate on domestic abuse victims in family law courts
07 September 2016
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Access to justice damaged by courts and tribunals fees changes
Justice Committee report finds changes are urgently needed to restore access to employment tribunals
17 June 2016
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Sentence reduction for guilty pleas: risks in new guideline
Justice Committee report highlights risks to prison population and vulnerable defendants
14 June 2016
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Overstretched justice system failing victims and witnesses
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the efficiency of the criminal justice system
27 May 2016
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