Justice Secretary bowed to pressure last week to abolish the widely condemned charge on 24 December
'Jeremy Corbyn’s successful election campaign was symptomatic of a generational dissatisfaction with a government who no longer seem interested in them'
Now Michael Gove should tackle the contracting out of much of the probation service to private firms
What will happen to the innocent people who may already have pleaded guilty?
Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd says 'it's obvious that there is a problem with financial penalties as a whole'
Secretary of State for Justice will unveil British bill of rights to replace the Human Rights Act before Christmas
The legacy of Mr Grayling's reforms will live on as Michael Gove makes it his mission to reform criminal justice
What happens to young people who've been excluded from mainstream school? Oscar Quine is given rare access to the extraordinary work being done in Pupil Referral Units
Exclusive: Michael Gove faces lawyers’ revolt after claims that bids were assessed by staff with no knowledge of legal aid
He's already got David Cameron to tear up a prison deal with Saudi Arabia and has reversed Chris Grayling's ludicrous ban on books – what's next?
The rise of moral hubris in the Conservative party has gained momentum in recent years
The union’s generosity grew as Mr Corbyn’s chances of winning improved, with one fat cheque after another arriving from the Unite headquarters
Jeremy Corbyn and Michael Gove were both opposed to the contract
Michael Gove is said to be opposed to a key contract his department has
Headteacher Colin Harris turned down his local MP's offer to visit his primary school in Hampshire because the Tories had launched 'an unprecedented attack on our wonderful profession'
In his own party conference speech, Michael Gove talked about prisoners not for ever being defined by their mistakes – brave words before a Tory audience