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The probation officers' union has launched a legal challenge over the Government's changes to the probation service. Napo says the the plans to split up and privatise the service put the public at risk. The Government wants private companies to supervise low and medium risk offenders, but admits that the public sector shoul...
MPs from across the House have urged ministers to adopt an evidence-based approach to drugs in the wake of a Home Office report finding "no obvious" link between tou...
Labour press release In response to reports this morning that the Lib Dems will support the decriminalisation of possession of drugs, Shadow Home Affairs Min...
Jacob Rees-Mogg said Theresa May had been wrong to warn that Britain would become a 'honeypot' for Europe's criminals if the UK did not sign back into the European A...
Downing Street made it clear there were no plans to review drugs policy despite a new report finding "no obvious" link between tough laws and levels of illegal drug ...
Nick Clegg accused the Conservatives of pursuing a damaging policy on drugs. “I’m anti-drugs, and that’s why I’m pro-reform. I’ve been arguing for a different app...
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