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Legal experts criticise justice secretary’s new powers to select judges
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The enhanced role of the justice secretary in the selection of England and Wales’s most senior judges has come under fierce attack from a leading advocate for judicial reform. Lady Neuberger, who chaired the last government’s advisory panel on judicial diversity, has described the inclusion on the panel of Ken Clarke, who is also the lord chancellor, as a “disgrace”. Allowing the lord chancellor to take part in selection meetings, as proposed by the government’s crime and courts bill, w

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Justice outcomes in your area
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People can now find out how justice was delivered in their neighbourhood, with new data published on the Government’s crime mapping website police.uk

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Public ‘must know offenders fate’
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The public should be given detailed information on what happens to offenders following specific crimes on their street, the Policing and Criminal Justi

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A predictable and preventable crime

Amerdeep Somal, Commissioner – Independent Police Complaints Commission

On average, two women are killed by a current or former partner every week in England and Wales.

When we hear that a woman is randomly attacked, raped and murdered by a stranger in the street we are understandably horrified. Sadly, when we hear that a woman has been raped or killed by a current or former partner, someone that at some stage in her life she trusted enough to have a close personal relationship with, we seem to feel a strange sense of resignation. …
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