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    Brief letters Thirty invitations to a shotgun wedding

    11:46, September 25 20 0

    I enjoyed your interview with Alison Steadman (24 September). What an admirable person she is. She mentions that she “donates her old hair to the birds”. I used to put out hair at nesting time until I saw an article by the RSPB in which it asked that people didn’t do this as small birds can find their legs trapped as the hair tightens around them.Elizabeth BrewerPresteigne, Powys

    The Guardian view on crime and justice: dangerous neglect

    14:12, September 24 20 0

    “If you’ve got nothing to do, and you’re just watching telly and sleeping all day, it just ruins you,” is how one teenager described prison during the pandemic. Six months after emergency measures were introduced, evidence of serious problems across the justice system is mounting. Unquestionably, the severity of the situation facing courts and prisons now is the combined effect of the pandemic and a decade of cuts. Since 2010, the Ministry of Justice’s budget has shrunk by 40%. The inspectorate that monitors the Crown Prosecution Service warned in the summer that the growing backlog could take a decade to clear. In the crown court in England and Wales, it stood at 37,000 cases even before lockdown.

    Dangerous legal step towards dictatorship

    13:00, September 23 31 0

    The resignation of Amal Clooney, the prominent human rights barrister, from her position as the UK’s special envoy on media freedom, because the government intends to enact legislation that would breach international law, vividly illustrates the consequences to our reputation abroad should the offending legislation be passed (Amal Clooney quits UK envoy role over ‘lamentable’ Brexit bill, 18 September). Clooney rightly feels that she can hardly encourage other governments to observe the rule of law when that which she represents does not.