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  • REVIEW: 'An important account of real problems that have been swept aside for decades'
  • Why Conservatives must fight for legal aid
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  • 'You get what you pay for': MPs question DPP on disclosure crisis and impact of cuts
  • Freshwater Five: 'I've lost the last seven years of my life'
  • Released fisherman jailed for cocaine smuggling vows to clear name
  • Fat cats or poor hacks? A former criminal barrister writes
  • 'Unmanageable workloads and substandard investigations'
  • No accountability: who is responsible for rising number of prison deaths
  • 'Each death represents a failure of the state': the unrecognised scandal of prison suicides
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