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The Attorney General's Office (AGO) provides legal advice and support to the Attorney General (AG) and Solicitor General (SG).
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Attorney General 2d
The AG is presenting the case to make the UKs argument clear and emphasise the importance the UK places on our international obligations.
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Attorney General 2d
The AG's case will decide the claim that Mauritius brought against the UK on the British Indian Ocean Territory marine protected area
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Attorney General 2d
Attorney General Dominic Grieve will present a case under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea in Istanbul today.
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Attorney General 16 Apr
SG felt 8 months failed to take proper account of the seriousness and that this was the latest in a long list of similar offences
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Attorney General 16 Apr
Solicitor General referred sentence of Mark Anthony Gray to CoA after complaints the sentence was too low
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Attorney General 16 Apr
Lancashire burglar sees his 8 month sentence increased to 2 years and 5 months after Court of Appeal finds it unduly lenient
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Attorney General 16 Apr
Hi, defamation isn't an area we deal with. It is settled by the parties themselves
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Attorney General 16 Apr
Hello, we said this would be on a case by case basis Frst published advisory about Hillsborough
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Attorney General 15 Apr
Emma Wilson's renewed life sentence now minimum of 17 years after her unduly lenient sentence heard in the Court of Appeal (3/3)
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Attorney General 15 Apr
Sol Gen referred original sentence of life with 14 year minimum to CoA after complaints the sentence was too low (2/3)
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Attorney General 15 Apr
Emma Wilson receives 3 more years for the murder of her son after Court of Appeal finds original sentence unduly lenient (1/3)
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Attorney General 10 Apr
We are referring to a discussion around this article
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Attorney General 10 Apr
3/3 If publisher continues to leave the information online, still ultimately be for the court to decide what action to take.
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Attorney General 10 Apr
2/3 Before serving a notice, the Attorney would have to be satisfied the material creates a substantial risk of prejudice.
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Attorney General 10 Apr
Proposed change to add clarity and assist publishers who would no longer have to continuously monitor archives for potential contempt 1/3
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Attorney General 08 Apr
Sorry we cannot accept unduly lenient sentence (ULS) requesst via Twitter. More info & how to refer at
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Attorney General 07 Apr
If you missed the AG on discussing protecting victims when they give evidence, listen again is here:
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Attorney General 04 Apr
Hello, sorry, we don't provide media guidance unless need to draw attention to a specific issue. Also see
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Attorney General 02 Apr
AG will meet the teams representing the UK at the Jessup moot competition at the before they head to Washington DC
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Attorney General 02 Apr
UK teams have done well in recent years at Jessup moot so the AG will wish luck before they leave for the USA
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