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    Domestic violence victim denied legal aid seeks judicial review

    03:04, June 09 139 0

    A victim of domestic violence, who is surviving on universal credit but has been denied legal aid in a battle to hold on to her home, is challenging strict regulations that could force her to cross-examine her former partner in court.
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    After Sally Challen, we now have a chance to tackle coercive control

    03:26, June 07 130 0

    The day my mother’s conviction for the murder of my father was quashed marked a turning point – for our family and for society. Yet why, a year on from the landmark case that recognised the abuse my mother suffered, are we still failing victims of coercive control and seeing her story as unique?
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    Letters: lockdown life in prison is a scandal

    01:07, June 07 130 0

    You report the comment of the justice minister, Lucy Frazer, that there are increased risks in adult prisons because “prisoners will spend more time in their cells, which we recognise may increase the risk of self-harm or violence” (“Fears grow for children in detention forced to spend most of day in cells”, News). This government has chosen lockdown as a deliberate strategy to avoid dealing with the political fallout from early release.
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    Metal-detecting versus real archaeology

    12:53, June 04 98 0

    Archaeology is not metal-detecting – the discovery of objects is not the aim, however “valuable” an item or hoard may appear to be (Stealing Britain’s history: when metal detectorists go rogue, 2 June).