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Criminal law news from UK Parliament.

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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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Brexit: negotiating priorities for justice system
Justice Committee report says Government must continue to co-operate with EU on criminal, commercial and family law
22 March 2017
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Bladed articles and offensive weapons sentencing guidelines report
Justice Committee considers draft sentencing guidelines around possession of a bladed article or weapon
08 March 2017
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MPs debate reforming the law of homicide
On 30 June MPs will take part in a Westminster Hall debate on reforming the law of homicide
15 June 2016
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Lord Chief Justice questioned by Constitution Committee
Constitution Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 27 April at 10.30am
22 April 2016
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Criminal Cases Review Commission (Information) Bill powers deserve proper consideration
Lords Constitution Committee publishes report on the Criminal Cases Review Commission (Information) Bill
25 February 2016
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Lawyers and Minister give evidence on court and tribunal fees
Justice Committee hears from Minister for Courts and Legal Aid and legal representatives
03 February 2016
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Minister to justify non-participation in access to a lawyer Directive
EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 19 January at 11.00am
19 January 2016
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Young adult offenders further evidence
Justice Committee holds further evidence focusing on the Harris and Young reviews
11 January 2016
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