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Justice Secretary and International Anti-Corruption Champion, Kenneth Clarke, has welcomed UN International Anti-Corruption Day

HMP Grendon was doing remarkable work with some very challenging prisoners, but some improvements are needed, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of an unannounced inspection of the Buckinghamshire jail

Robust arrangements were in place today to maintain the security of the border ahead of strike action taking place across the country


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The Government today published its new Cyber Security Strategy, setting out how the UK will support economic prosperity, protect national security and safeguard the public’s way of life by building a more trusted and resilient digital environment


Sweeping new proposals that will reform, modernise and improve the diversity of judicial appointments have been announced by the Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke


The process of background checking more than 380,000 Games time workers, athletes and officials ahead of next summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games has begun, the Home Office announced today


HMP Wormwood Scrubs faces many challenges as a large, local urban prison, but has made some welcome progress, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of an unannounced inspection of the local west London jail


Home Secretary Theresa May has confirmed that following allegations over the weekend there will be an immediate and thorough investigation into the UK Border Force


John Vine CBE QPM, the Independent Chief Inspector of the UK Border Agency, has published a thematic inspection report of how the UK Border Agency manages foreign national prisoners


An independent review team charged with reviewing the UK’s extradition laws has today made its recommendations to the government


In his speech to the Conservative Party Conference today, Secretary of State for Defence Dr Liam Fox has paid tribute to the armed forces in Afghanistan and Libya, as well as recalling the conflict in the Falklands, saying..


A prison in Bristol is piloting increasing the number of hours inmates work in its workshops by 50 per cent.Thirty prisoners working at HMP Bristol's Waste Management Unit now do 33.25 hours per week instead of 22, in a move towards lengthening their working day and eventually introducing full working weeks


Too little attention was being paid to the uniquely isolated and uncertain position of detainees held without trial, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of an unannounced follow-up inspection of the Detainee Unit at HMP Long Lartin, the high security Worcestershire jail

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