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  • Chief Inspector warns over prison deaths

    Staff shortages and policy decisions may have contributed to the rise in suicides in Britain’s jails, the chief inspector of prisons has warned. In his annual report, Nick Hardwick said that while the rise in the rate of self-inflected deaths recorded over the last year could not be “attributed to a single cause”, it was...

Civil Liberties & Counter Terrorism

Keith Vaz: Met terror warning is startling

Keith Vaz responded to a warning by Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Mark Rowley that police activity to thwart terror attacks was at its highest level for...

Emergency Services

Graham Stuart: We will press Nicky Morgan to ensure academy oversight

After pointing out that views expressed in today's Education Committee-commissioned report on academy schools were those of the authors and not his committee, Graham...

Equality

Frances O'Grady: Warnings of a permanently divided society must not be ignored

Commenting on today’s (Monday) report by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission which warns that the UK’s poorest are being left behind, the TUC General Se...

Immigration

Grant Shapps: Tories have achieved impossible on EU before

Grant Shapps brushed off a warning from Jose Manuel Barroso, the president of the European Commission, that any attempt to impose an “arbitrary cap” on EU immigratio...

Law, Justice & Prisons

Nick Hardwick: Government taking action on prisons despite denying problems

Nick Hardwick said the Government have taken action to combat issues in prisons “despite denying” that there is a problem. “Some of these things aren’t under the ...

Science & Technology

APPG against antisemitism: First prison sentence for antisemitic tweeting

All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism press release A 21-year-old man named Garron Helm, of Litherland, Liverpool has been jailed for four weeks for ...

Social Issues

NASUWT: Shameful record on child poverty

NASUWT press release Responding to the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission's second annual State of the Nation report, Chris Keates, General Secretary of...

Voluntary Sector

Shailesh Vara: Heroism Bill won't tell judges what decisions to make

Shailesh Vara confirmed the Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill, would not compel judges to make decisions against their wishes. "We do have a culture ...

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