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Lord Chancellor: Sentencing shake-up will produce fairer, smarter system
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Government 'preparing for all eventualities' on Brexit
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Government publishes Sentencing White Paper
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Justice Secretary addresses Covid-19 testing delays
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Justice Secretary defends the need for Internal Markets Bill
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Lissie Harper happy to have cross-party support for Harper's law
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Ministers gather for Cabinet meeting with Prime Minister
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Government ‘really on board’ with Harper’s Law, says Pc’s widow
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Brexit: Buckland says power to override Withdrawal Agreement is 'insurance policy'Justice Secretary Robert Buckland says he would resign if the UK broke the rule of law in a way he found unacceptable.
UK courts prepare fast-track prosecutions for Black Lives Matter protests: The TimesBritish courts are preparing to fast-track prosecutions for the Black Lives Matter protests, as justice secretary Robert Buckland has told magistrates to model the process along the lines of the..
Wendell Baker: 'Double jeopardy' rapist release to be reviewedRobert Buckland says the decision to free Wendell Baker should be reconsidered by the Parole Board.
'I don't know': Plans to reopen schools next month up in the air after minister admits growing revoltRobert Buckland rows back from target date – less than two weeks' away – acknowledging worried town halls can keep some schools closed
Britain could miss COVID-19 testing target, says ministerBritain could miss its target of carrying out 100,000 coronavirus tests a day by the end of April, Justice Minister Robert Buckland said on Thursday.
Coronavirus: Public must risk prosecution to challenge lockdown fines, justice secretary saysRobert Buckland says people have a right to 'fair trial' if they believe they were wrongly fined
Calls to release children in custody as coronavirus regime change could 'drive up self-harm''There is no doubt that increased staff sickness will lead to more children spending extended periods isolated in their cells with the ever present risk of self-harm and suicide,' states letter to..
UK to introduce emergency law to prevent early release of convicted terroristsBritain will introduce emergency legislation to prevent convicted terrorists automatically being released from prison half way through their sentence, justice minister Robert Buckland said on Monday.
Helen McCourt: Release of killer Ian Simms to be reviewedThe Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has requested the parole board reconsider its decision.
Boris Johnson gave an 'unforced and natural' apology over refusal to look at photo of child on NHS hospital floor, minister saysJustice Secretary Robert Buckland claimed that protesters who heckled Matt Hancock were engaged in 'public disorder'
UK minister Buckland offers assurance to wavering lawmakers on Brexit transitionBritish justice minister Robert Buckland said on Tuesday the government would bring forward a change to Brexit legislation to allow parliament a say on the merits of an extension to the transition..
Brexit: Justice Secretary refuses to rule out shutting down parliament again and casts doubt on Queen's SpeechAsked if a second prorogation is 'remotely conceivable', Robert Buckland says events are too volatile to make predictions
Justice secretary's call for rape suspect anonymity 'not government policy', Downing Street says amid outrageRobert Buckland QC is heavily criticised for suggesting ban on naming suspects of 'good character' before charge