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British judges have ruled that a proposed cut to legal aid known as the ‘residence test’ is “unlawful” and “discriminatory.”
An internal Ministry of Justice document has revealed that the Justice Secretary’s plans for a cut to legal aid – known as the ‘Residence Test’ – may not result in any savings.
Employers who bully, harass or cheat workers out of their wages are increasingly likely to escape punishment due to the high cost of taking a tribunal case, says the TUC
Lawyers and justice campaigners in England and Wales have pledged to continue their struggle against the UK government's 'destruction' of legal aid.
Human rights groups want Parliament to reject a proposal that would hamper arrest warrants for suspected war criminals and torturers visiting the country.
Lord Goldsmith, speaking for the government citizenship review, walked into a backlash today over proposals that school-leavers should be encouraged to swear an oath of allegiance to Queen and country.
Campaigners have welcomed the establishment of the new Ministry of Justice but warned that it faces huge challenges.