The Conservatives could win a vote on EVEL - just

Tory 'stitch-up' fears over EVEL as coalition talks hit impasse

Coalition talks over English votes for English laws have reached deadlock, can reveal.

Baker: Genie out the bottle on drug law reform

Norman Baker: 'Genie is out the bottle' on drug reform

Westminster has finally reached a tipping point in the drug debate and radical change is now becoming possible, Home Office minister says

Facing judicial review: MoJ sent legal notice

Did minister mislead public over probation sell-off?

Questions raised about ministerial comments related to the sell-off of privatisation, following Simon Hughes' appearance on the Today programme

Justice denied: Campaigners say staff shortages mean inmates can spend 23-hours in their cells

Prison crisis: Scale of officer cuts revealed

Number of officers in public sector prisons has been cut by 41% in less than four years, according to new figures


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