• 'Absolute scandal': only five people have been awarded compensation for being wrongly convicted since 2013
  • New challenge to Theresa May's 'hostile environment' and the unlawful deportation of EU nationals
  • Ageing defence lawyers heading towards 'extinction'
  • 'Bleak future' for third sector involvement in probation
  • 'Far from learning from the mistakes of the past, the Met is embracing them with relish'
  • Close to half of all immigration and asylum appeals are upheld
  • The insanity defence in motoring offences: justice or a bizarre lapse in the law?
  • 'Chris Grayling's worst policy? It's difficult to alight on just one.'
  • ‘Justice is not being seen to be done - and we’re all the poorer for it’
  • '"Pile-em-high-sell-em-cheap" are the imperatives. Justice and humanity get squeezed out.'
  • Lawyers call for disclosure to be taken out of the hands of the police
  • 'Judicial impartiality sacrificed in the interests of expediency'
  • 'The justice system is broken': Barristers to take direct action
  • Police need to 'get a grip' on disclosure, watchdog tells MPs
  • Southern Health fined £2m over Connor Sparrowhawks and Teresa Colvin deaths
  • ‘No-one should have to choose between justice and a minimum living standard’
  • Campaigners walk out of spycops inquiry over fears of being used as 'window-dressing'
  • Miscarriage watchdog refers first joint enterprise murder conviction post-Jogee
  • Fixing a hole? Potential solutions to the problem of disclosure
  • Doctors being ‘criminalised for momentary errors’
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