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Posts Tagged: Justice
New technology allows us to make wholesale improvements while still upholding the Rule of Law.
Damien Phillips: The European Arrest Warrant empowers Romania’s tyrants. The Prime Minister should junk it.
Despite the parlous state of the country’s legal system being an open secret amongst British judges, they must accept it – thanks to the European Arrest Warrant.
Fiona Bruce, Fiona Hodgson and Benedict Rogers: The new Government should speak out on China’s human rights abuses
Human rights should be at the very heart of foreign policy.
Funding the legal battles of third parties has become big business, raising new concerns which merit investigation.
If the police planned an unlawful assault on the miners, arrested people on trumped-up charges and then covered it up, we need to know.
As the country’s Arab citizens successfully integrate themselves into Israeli society, they will influence the dynamics of the state with regard to its policies.
Fraser Raleigh: Politicians failed the Hillsborough victims and their families. It must never happen again.
Too many conservatives allowed their judgement to be clouded by prejudice and inherent trust in the authorities.
Without these visa extensions, the choice facing abused domestic workers is a bleak one. A brave few will report. Most will suffer in silence.
Conservatives should be very wary of the deal as a whole, reject part of it outright, and exclude our health service from it.
Why is the Government allowing itself to be bullied into accepting this baseless policy by civil servants?
A recent UN report documented 119 incidents by the coalition forces, including attacks on weddings, mosques, ports and markets.
Chris Wright: This isn’t austerity. It’s a correction. The sooner we embrace that, the sooner we can redesign better public services.
We should start by recognising that current public services are not quite fit for purpose, and that cuts afford us an opportunity.
He said Britain should leave the EU if Britain’s relationship with it did not change. And since Cameron’s negotiation hasn’t changed that relationship, he is being true to his word.
We still haven’t cracked effective rehabilitation either in the community or behind bars. If the Government makes the latter more effective, we’ll imprison more people.