Locked out: the MoJ won't say who was invited in for talks on child warehouse plans

Critics frozen out of MoJ as Grayling pushes ahead with child warehouse plan

'Secure colleges' plan criticised by pretty much everyone, but it goes to the Lords today regardless

Angels of our better nature? Campaigners fight for judicial review amid government attack

Very quietly, the coalition dismantles judicial review

One of the most powerful tools for holding government to account is taken apart in the Lords

Call to justice? UK human rights attack observed overseas

Kenyan leader cites Cameron's human rights attack as he fights charges in the Hague

Already those accused of human rights violations are citing the UK example

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Damning annual prison report should make Grayling think again

A damning report which lays the blame for the chaos in prisons at the door of Chris Grayling

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