The National Audit Office published figures last month citing the incorrect payments by the Department for Work & Pensions, as well as HM Revenue and Customs regarding those claiming state benefits and working tax credits. The figures made murky reading and are likely to mean that the Department for Work and Pensions will miss targets…

The Criminal Bar Association (CBA), which has approximately 4,000 members in England and Wales, voted narrowly in favour of refusing to work on new cases paid at lower legal aid rates that came into effect on 1 July. About 55% voted in favour and 45% were against. Criminal barristers will also adopt a policy of…

A foreign criminal convicted of child cruelty and drink-driving with his four-year-old daughter in the car has overturned a Home Office bid to deport him – because of his “right to family life”. The Home Office argued it was “irrational” for the former professional footballer to claim he should be allowed to remain in Britain…

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