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Reaction to £250m super-prison - BBC News

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BBC News Reaction to £250m super-prison BBC News The announcement of a £250m super-prison on a former industrial site in Wrexham has been given a largely warm welcome by local politicians.


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On Probation Blog: Grayling's Legacy

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“Success in the probation system is built on partnership working between agencies, and on the strength of the relationships between dedicated probation staff and individual offenders. The Government's actions in breaking up this model go ...”


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Probation service privatisation: Unions claim ministers are pushing through 'ill thought-through' reforms to an 'impossible timetable'

Probation service privatisation: Unions claim ministers are pushing through 'ill thought-through' reforms to an 'impossible timetable' | Criminal Justice | Scoop.it
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Bid to tackle re-offending pays off in Kirklees - Huddersfield Examiner

Bid to tackle re-offending pays off in Kirklees
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The panel will also highlight work in other priority areas – including assisting offenders who have mental health problems.

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Barristers to decide this week on legal aid strike - The Independent

Barristers to decide this week on legal aid strike - The Independent | Criminal Justice | Scoop.it
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Barristers to decide this week on legal aid strike
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The Criminal Bar Association is due to decide this week what to do about the Government's plan to cut the £2bn legal aid bill by about £220m.
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