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Protests over £800m sell-off that will hand supervision of offenders to private companies
Inspectors say prisons are granting killers and rapists temporary release without proper risk assessment
Foreigners will also be prevented from accessing financial support in civil cases until they have been in the country for one year
Proposals for a new super-prison are unlikely to extract the venom
Serious Fraud Office investigates G4S claim of over-charging for government contracts
In exceeding the bounds of the European Convention on Human Rights, this ruling only strengthens the case for repudiating the Court in the Conservative manifesto
Justice Secretary calls for 'wholesale changes' to Human Rights law in Britain
Victims of domestic violence and trafficking ‘will not be able to find fair representation’
High Court judge lifts ruling on 'Monster of Worcester' who impaled victims on railings
At St Giles Trust we could now bid to work with organisations across the UK, says the Chief Executive
Reoffending rates have hardly changed in the last ten years, with 58 per cent of prisoners serving less than 12 months going on to reoffend in the year after release.
Nearly 66,000 burglaries last year were committed by people who had spent at least a year in prison
MoD has been told to find savings of five per cent
Company boosts its recruitment of British nationals following criticism
Kenneth Clarke renewed his feud with Cabinet colleague Theresa May over human rights legislation today as he warned about the need to protect people from the tabloid “lynch mob”.
David Cameron has said that the Government needs to go “further and faster” to bring down the deficit after the loss of Britain’s coveted AAA credit rating.