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    Letters to UK crime victims from CPS 'unsatisfactory'

    19:02, October 21 5 0

    Letters to victims of rape and other crimes sent by the Crown Prosecution Service explaining legal decisions are of poor quality, lack human empathy and are frequently late, according to an official watchdog.
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    Worrying threat to the supreme court

    13:17, October 20 16 0

    The UK’s supreme court, from which Lord Kerr recently retired after very distinguished service (Report, 19 October), faces the UK’s parliament. It is a potent symbol of the rule of law – a virtue for which the UK was, until 2020, universally admired. It is probably the most transparent and accessible court in the world. It is understandable that any government with authoritarian tendencies might wish to send it back behind closed doors, and stop the live streams, tourist visits and informative website.
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    Anne-Marie Hutchinson obituary

    13:53, October 19 19 0

    Anne-Marie Hutchinson, who has died aged 63 of cancer, was a trailblazing family lawyer, renowned for her groundbreaking work on forced marriage and international child abduction. A partner at the London law firm Dawson Cornwell, she also acted for victims of “honour”-based violence and female genital mutilation, abandoned spouses, and potential parents in surrogacy arrangements. Innovative and involved in the most reported cases of any solicitor in her field, she often sought to extend principles of English law and the court’s jurisdiction, to afford rights and protection to those she represented.