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Innocent people who have suffered miscarriages of justice, personal harm or injury are among those who will benefit from upcoming changes to legal aid means testing coming into effect this...
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The Children’s Commissioner has written a blog called "Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children: record numbers arriving once again in Kent".She says: "My unique responsibility as Children’s...
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The Lady Chief Justice, with the concurrence of the Lord Chancellor, has announced the appointment of two Family Presiding Judges.Mr Justice MacDonald has been appointed for a period of four years,...
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The Family Mediation Voucher Scheme provides funding to help families navigate the complexities of separation, giving them the opportunity to settle issues around childcare and finances outside of...
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Women’s Aid, alongside 57 sector colleagues, have issued an urgent letter to the Government highlighting the deepening recruitment and retention crisis within the sector, calling for an...
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Family law practitioners received prestigious accolades at the esteemed LexisNexis Legal Awards, held on Thursday 14 March at the JW Marriott Grosvenor Hotel, Park Lane. The awards, renowned for...
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Children will be better protected from sexual abuse following change to the law making it easier to prosecute criminals who have had sex in front of children for gratification.An amendment to the...
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There was a 25% rise in child abuse image offences recorded by UK police in 2022/23.Police data requested by the NSPCC shows that, in 2022/23, police logged more than 33,000 offences where child abuse...
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People who kill their partners with sexual violence will face longer behind bars as the government continues to clamp down on domestic abuse against women.A new statutory aggravating factor will be...
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The civil legal aid system is not sustainable in its current form, according to detailed evidence from the Bar Council highlighting the urgent need for an increase in investment in civil...
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