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Ministry of Justice
We work to protect the public and reduce reoffending, and to provide a more effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system
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Victims Commissioner Feb 20
Have you opted into the Victim Contact Scheme & had first hand experience of the parole process? If so, the Govt is conducting a review & wants to hear
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Ministry of Justice Feb 22
We believe that where you start out in life shouldn’t determine where you end up. That’s why has launched our Social Mobility Action Plan to ensure the is diverse, fair & reflective of our society. Read the summary here:
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Matthew Coats Feb 21
Here's a great little video summarising our approach to making a difference on . Where you start out in life should not determine where you end up
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HMCTS Feb 15
We’ve launched a pilot today to test the fully video courtroom with members of the public for the first time
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Butler Trust Feb 15
“I want to commend our hard-working prison officers who do a vital job in protecting the public every day, often in very challenging, difficult and dangerous circumstances"
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Ministry of Justice Feb 15
We're on track to recruit 2,500 additional Prison Officers 9 months ahead of schedule. Read more here:
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Ministry of Justice Feb 14
Today Justice Secretary published an action plan for HMP Nottingham, showing our commitment to support the prison in delivering a safe establishment for staff and offenders
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Ministry of Justice Feb 8
Justice Minister visited women’s centre in Birmingham today, to thank staff and see the vital work they’re doing to support vulnerable women in the community.
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Dept for BEIS Feb 6
Govt's Plan, in response to the Taylor Review, includes day-one list of rights for new workers, sick and holiday pay enforced for vulnerable workers, and a right to a payslip
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Ministry of Justice Feb 7
Justice Secretary has today published the Chief Inspector of Probation’s review of the Victim Contact Scheme in the Worboys case:
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Women and Equalities Feb 6
Today marks the 100-year anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, which first gave women the right to vote. Visit our new website to join us in celebrating :
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Ministry of Justice Feb 2
Prisons minister visited HMP Belmarsh and HMP Isis to meet staff and thank them for their hard work, before joining at Woolwich Crown Court to meet the National Probation Service and see first-hand the important work they do.
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Ministry of Justice Feb 2
Replying to @lucyfrazermp
Justice minister visited Woolwich Crown Court & Bromley Magistrates’ Court to meet staff, see the vital work they do and thank them for their hard work.
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Ministry of Justice Feb 2
New justice ministers & are on the road this week, visiting courts and prisons to meet and thank staff for the important work they do every day.
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Sir Jeremy Heywood Feb 2
6 practical tips for championing inclusion in the workplace. Congrats to , now ranked 13 in Top 100 employers for LGBT staff, & Ally of the Year Andy Holmes of . to be most employer by 2020
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Ministry of Justice Feb 2
Replying to @DavidGauke @TfL
Justice Secretary meets the team at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court and hears about their partnership with on a digital sentencing system, meaning swifter justice for fare evaders
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Ministry of Justice Feb 2
Justice Secretary is shown a demonstration of Lavender Hill Magistrates Court’s new digital sentencing system for fare dodgers
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Ministry of Justice Feb 1
If you, or someone you’re acting for, paid a lasting or enduring power of attorney application fee between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017 then a partial refund could be due. Find out if you’re eligible and apply for your refund online:
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Ministry of Justice Feb 1
Lasting or enduring power of attorney applications made from 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2017 may be eligible for a partial refund if a fee was paid. You can find out if you’re eligible and apply for your refund online:
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Lloyds Bank Foundation Jan 31
Thanks for hosting a great event for launch of - now onwards to implementation!
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