It’s time that the Conservative justice secretary stopped trying to justify the oversight and started looking at ways to correct it.
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Comment: Labour needs to build a One Nation party that “looks like the country we seek to represent”
Labour needs to work harder to build a One Nation party that “looks like the country we seek to represent”, writes Usman Ali.
Political activists met for another round of policy blasts last week at Pragmatic Radicalism’s ‘Top Of The Policies’ event on Justice and Constitutional Reform.
Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan calls on Secretary of State Ken Clarke to listen to the House of Lords and abandon his proposed legal aid cuts.
Ed Jacobs writes about the new commission which aims to re-examine the West Lothian question, and asks whether it can work.
Xenophobia is deep in the Tory heart, fuelling their anti-human rights obsession, writes former Solicitor General Vera Baird QC.
No one comes out of the sentencing u-turn saga in a particularly good light; all the political parties should be wary of letting tabloid outrage dictate policy.