Secure college will house up to 320 young troublemakers
Justice minister wants more female and ethnic minority barristers within 2 years
They feel misrepresented as 'fat cats' and are alarmed by cuts in the legal aid budget
Prisoners can continue to use smuggled phones because the Ministry of Justice says jamming equipment is “prohibitively expensive”.
The money has been used to improve the rights of children and victims, fight domestic violence and rehabilitate offenders
Monitoring contracts will be handed over to rival Capita on an interim basis
The chambers led inquiries into the deaths of Stephen Lawrence and Princess Diana and the Hillsborough disaster
Protests over £800m sell-off that will hand supervision of offenders to private companies
Justice Secretary announces major shake-up of the jail system
The official prosecuting body fails to explicitly support any of the proposed changes
The Government is ignoring the needs of women offenders with its probation reforms, a group of MPs has warned.
Serious Fraud Office investigates G4S claim of over-charging for government contracts
The High Court appeared to back calls for the government to concede to a public inquiry into the death of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko today.
'Lord Chancellor cannot convince even government's own senior law officer of merits'
Chris Grayling will say the move is designed to help teenage criminals break the 'pernicious cycle' of reoffending and become law-abiding adults
High Court judge lifts ruling on 'Monster of Worcester' who impaled victims on railings