Abolishing short jail sentences is not the answer to stopping criminals from reoffending, the Justice Secretary has said.
A judge who says she was bullied and suffered a breakdown after raising concerns about Government cuts has won a landmark legal action to bring a whistleblowing claim against the Ministry of Justice.
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Lady Hale has reportedly said her first piece of advice to young women is “don’t let the bastards grind you down”.
MPs from the Liberal Democrats, Labour and the Conservative parties, along with an independent, have lambasted the behaviour seen recently in House of Commons’ debates.
A defiant Boris Johnson has hit out at the Supreme Court saying it was “wrong” to intervene in a political matter at a time of “great national controversy” over Brexit.
Boris Johnson is due to face MPs after the Supreme Court ruled his decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful.
Michael Gove has refused to apologise for the unlawful suspension of Parliament after the Supreme Court’s judgment left Boris Johnson humiliated.
Boris Johnson has vowed to press on with his plans for Brexit despite a devastating ruling by Britain’s highest court that his suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
The Attorney General reportedly told the Prime Minister it was lawful to suspend Parliament – advice that 11 of the UK’s top judges have since savaged in a landmark ruling.
Lady Hale’s striking spider brooch was the talk of social media as she delivered the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Prime Minister’s prorogation of Parliament.