Archive: Justice

This government is stepping in to make it so much easier for ministers to break the law - and get away with it

How the government allows itself to break the law

The government is going to force judges to let it get away with breaking the law

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  • PSAEW: “The benefits of Restorative Justice for both victims and offenders are well evidenced"

    Following the publication today by HMIC of the Joint Inspection Report – Facing Up To Offending, the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales has restated its full support for the use of Restorative Justice, where appropriate, and welcomes the recommendations in the report.

  • NUT and others will be outside the RCJ for the judicial review of AQA, Edexcel and Ofqual

    The judicial review of the decisions of exam boards AQA and Edexcel and the exam regulator Ofqual that led to a shift in the grade boundaries used for this summer’s GCSE English exams begins on Tuesday 11 December 2012.

  • BHA replies to High Court judge comments on Atheist bus posters

    The High Court has today ruled that Transport for London (TfL) was acting lawfully in banning the Core Issues Trust's proposed advert because it would "cause grave offence" to those who were gay. Mrs Justice Lang also mentioned in the judgment that the BHA Atheist bus posters stating ‘There's Probably No God. Stop Worrying And Enjoy Your Life‘ could also have breached TfL's equality duties.

  • Rio Tinto: Rail Network Access

    Earlier this year the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia unanimously ruled that the service provided by Rio Tinto’s Pilbara rail lines should not be declared as being available for access to third parties. Today the High Court of Australia granted Fortescue Metals Group Ltd and the National Competition Council leave to pursue appeals in relation to the decision of the Full Federal Court.

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