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The 12,500 cases have been dealt with by the LSC
Asylum cases saved following charity collapse

By Ian Dunt The cases of thousands of asylum seekers have been saved from a devastating lack of legal representation after Refugee and Migrant Justice (RMJ) went into administration. The not-for-profit organisation was forced into administration in June, after the government failed to step in to address a cash flow problem created by late payment… Read more »

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Michael Howard has backed calls for an inquiry into the death of David Kelly
Howard backs Hutton inquiry

By staff The chance of an inquiry into the death of David Kelly became markedly more likely today, after Michael Howard joined those calling for it to take place. The former home secretary and Tory party leader admitted that shortcomings in the official report into the weapon inspector’s death had been on his mind… Read more »