“If Ministers refuse to give evidence to my committee, that itself would imply that they have something to hide.”
Posts Tagged: Justice
It used to be Laws versus Gove. Now it’s Hughes versus Grayling, or perhaps even Featherstone versus May.
Clive Stafford Smith, the human rights lawyer and winner of last year’s Contrarian Prize, is a model of principle and vision. We invite nominations for his successor.
Chris Grayling is taking a strong stand on the side of the victims against their tormentors.
Gove, May, IDS, Grayling, Maude. Unlike the minnows of Labour and UKIP, these are serious people delivering serious change for serious times.
What is required instead is a complete revamp of the legislation that is being used to help govern the communications made on social media platforms.
Macmillan and Heath and Thatcher (in government, anyway) went one way. Now Cameron is going the other.
We hope they will accept our plans. But if they cannot, then we will invoke our treaty rights to withdraw from the Convention altogether,
A report from this year’s Project Maya.
“You will find a huge amount of evidence that supports the fact that I’ve made this a top priority for South Yorkshire police.”
And its no laughing matter: these stats were to do with rape prosecutions, which the Government takes very seriously indeed.
The question for you in this Open Letter is whether you will continue, develop and deepen that Conservative pledge to put human rights at the heart of foreign policy.
Sweepingly-worded legislation passes power from elected leaders to unaccountable judges and the pressure groups whose cases they preside over.
MPs have a chance to save money, improve justice and protect British citizens.
Tim Loughton MP: We have the child abuse inquiry that I and others campaigned for. This is what it now needs to do.
It hasn’t helped that responsibility for children and young people’s issues has now been fragmented from the deafeningly silent DfE across Government departments.