Archive of 30 June 2010

Clarke: Intelligent sentencing

Clarke: Prison doesn't work

Ken Clarke has triggered one of the most significant changes in Britain's penal policy for a generation today, with a speech that casts doubt on the ability of prison to cut reoffending.

  • A policeman watches a demonstrator

    Govt stop-and-search appeal rejected

    The European court of human rights has rejected an attempt by the UK government to appeal a judgment over its stop-and-search powers.

  • The advice was given to Blair shortly before the war

    Iraq legal advice published

    The legal advice offered to Tony Blair by the former attorney general over the 2003 invasion of Iraq has been published by the Chilcot Inquiry.

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