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A Labour government would implement tougher sentences in domestic violence cases, Yvette Cooper has announced today. The Shadow Home Secretary has said that the use of community resolutions, which are informal agreements between the victims and the perpetrators of low-level crimes, are inappropriate when dealing with vio...
Yvette Cooper said community resolutions should not be used as a way to resolve domestic violence cases. “I think there is a big problem because the number of com...
Labour press release The Shadow Home Secretary today (Monday) makes the first in a series of Labour speeches and interventions on a theme of The Choice, outlining...
Dominic Grieve spoke of his “shock” at being sacked from the Cabinet in the last reshuffle and said he would be vocal in his opposition to the repeal of the Human Ri...
TUC press release TUC and third sector organisations publish agreement on future of children’s services commissioning Children England, along with many of their...
Conservative Party press release In response to the publication of Chief Constable Mick Creedon's report into Operation Herne, David Davis MP has said: "Operatio...
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