Ministry of Justice
Rough Sleeping Strategy and prison leavers
Rory Stewart blog: Ex-prisoners are integral to the government’s Rough Sleeping Strategy. Justice Minister Rory Stewart blogs about a new pilot to help equip them for life after prison.
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How we’re making it easier to design, test and publish forms at MoJ23/07/2021 12:15:00
Blog posted by: Mark Jefferson, 20 July 2021 – Categories: MoJ Forms, Our services.
New Bill hands additional tools to judges21/07/2021 11:10:00
More powers will be given to judges as new legislation delivers on the Government’s pledge to ensure the courts are not open to abuse and delay.
Lasting power of attorney service to be made safer, simpler and fit for the future20/07/2021 13:15:00
The process of managing a loved one’s affairs is to be strengthened and modernised under major reforms announced today (Tuesday, 20 July).
Introducing the MoJ Digital Accessibility Team19/07/2021 15:15:15
Blog posted by: Beverley Newing and Danielle Lyon, 15 July 2021 – Categories: Accessibility.
Cutting crime through family ties in north-east prisons12/07/2021 12:15:00
Efforts to drive down crime in the north-east by helping prisoners and their children to maintain contact are underway, thanks to a funding boost from the Prison Service.
Regional and local support for those representing themselves in court underway in England and Wales02/07/2021 10:25:00
The Ministry of Justice’s £3.1 million Legal Support for Litigants in Person grant has set up 8 area-based partnerships.
Legal lifeline for people in need01/07/2021 13:25:00
People who have fallen on hard times during the pandemic will be helped by extra funding for free legal advice, the government has announced.
Bigger, better Probation Service to cut crime29/06/2021 10:15:00
The public will be better protected and crime will be cut the Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland yesterday (28 June 2021) vowed as the new, unified Probation Service was launched.