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The Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill will revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans for the long-term, and will give future generations a voice in decision-making, writes Lord Bird.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has called for the suspension of the use of automated facial recognition (AFR) and predictive algorithms in policing in England and Wales, until their impact has been independently scrutinised and laws are improved.
A fragmented approach to repairing the justice system is not the answer, says Amanda Pinto QC, Chair of the Bar Council.
Unless there is an urgent cash injection for legal aid, a freeze on court closures, improved rehabilitation of offenders and a serious commitment to better decision making across Whitehall, the British public will be even more let down, says Amanda Pinto QC, Chair of the Bar Council.
An amendment is needed to the Renters’ Reform Bill to prosecute “sex for rent” landlords and reassure victims they won’t be accused of prostitution
Labour is investigating anti-Semitic abuse sent by party members to deputy leadership candidate Ian Murray.
PFEW will continue to work to ensure our members' wellbeing is protected, and they are kept informed, as this situation develops.
Federation responds to IOPC report submitted to Home Secretary as it remains under scrutiny.
Federation responds as figures and costings are released.
Ministers have defended the decision to ditch an EU-wide agreement on the speedy extradition of criminals after Brexit.
There has been a "huge human cost" attached to the Conservatives' decade of running the justice system, Labour has claimed ahead of the Budget.
Heathrow say they will appeal to the Supreme Court and are confident they will be successful.
In response to the Care Quality Commission’s report on sexuality and sexual safety in care homes, Kathryn Smith, Chief Operating Officer at Alzheimer’s Society said:
The Justice Secretary, the Solicitor General and Chair of the Bar Council have today given their backing to helping young people better understand justice and law.
Priti Patel to unveil eight-week process at the Chiefs’ summit.
People who assault police officers should face longer stints behind bars, Priti Patel has suggested.
Today, Christine Jardine MP is tabling the European Citizens’ Rights Bill, to give EU citizens the automatic right to stay in the UK, without the need to apply, and to enable them to get physical proof of their rights.
Westminster’s political parties turned a “blind eye” to child abuse and instead sought to protect MPs from prosecution, a damning public inquiry has found.
Emergency legislation to block the automatic early release of convicted terrorists will become law by the end of this week after being rushed through Parliament.