Federation reacts as IOPC backs out of gross misconduct which saw officers left in limbo for almost seven years.
Only 13% jailed with average sentence less than 12 weeks.
The Bar Council have responded to today’s criminal justice system quarterly statistics from the Ministry of Justice.
IPSE have responded to the new immigration system announcement.
New immigration rules announced today are a mixed bag for the veterinary profession and leave a big question mark over how the profession will...
Ministers will hand more than £16m of new money to councils in a bid to end the "postcode lottery" in support provided to survivors of domestic...
Boris Johnson’s plans for a points-based immigration system have been rubber-stamped by the Cabinet.
The Government’s new post-Brexit points-based immigration system could reduce the number of low-skilled migrant workers by up to 90,000 a year, it...
Amanda Pinto QC, Chair of the Bar, responds to the Prime Minister's Government reshuffle.
MPs have backed Boris Johnson's bid to curb the early release of convicted terrorists in the wake of the Streatham attack.
Jeremy Corbyn launched a personal attack on Boris Johnson over his past cocaine use amid a bitter row over the deportation of foreign-born...
New appointments to the Supreme Court could face interviews by MPs, according to the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox.
Following the latest comments from No.10 on the purpose of judicial reviews, the Bar Council responds.
Downing Street has launched an outspoken attack on the Court of Appeal's decision to halt the deportation of 25 foreign criminals to Jamaica.
Ministers have been dealt a blow as the Court of Appeal halted a controversial deportation flight to Jamaica at the 11th-hour.
A formal inquiry has been launched by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) into how schools are monitoring and recording their use of...
No British nationals will be on board a controversial deportation flight bound for Jamaica that is due to leave on Tuesday, the Government has...
More than 170 MPs and peers have written to the Prime Minister calling for him to halt a flight deporting 50 people to Jamaica.
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has said he would oppose any moves to make judges politically appointed.
Boris Johnson is set to slash the salary threshold for skilled migrants from £30,000 to £25,600 after Brexit.
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