Reducing women’s imprisonment: sentencing of mothers

  Ciara O’Neill wrote recently on the Halsbury’s Law Exchange about Michael Gove’s talk on 4 November at the AGM of the Howard League for Penal Reform: “He believes that our sentencing framework needs a complete overhaul…Gove recognised that evidence shows short sentences are more likely … [Read More...]


Justice for the 96 at the Hillsborough inquest

The jury of the Hillsborough inquest concluded that all 96 victims of the disaster were killed unlawfully. Match commander Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield was “responsible for manslaughter by gross negligence” due to a breach of his duty of care. Further, police errors caused a dangerous … [Read More...]