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Salford's lawyers speak out on courts
by Tom Rodgers Two of the criminal defence lawyers at Morgan Brown & Cahill Solicitors’ spoke to SalfordOnline this week about ...
Dangerous dog laws 'complete nonsense'
Existing legislation designed to control dangerous dogs is "complete nonsense" and contributing to the rise in so-called status do...
Temporary bans for 'legal highs'
Home Office minister James Brokenshire has indicated he will take action to speed up the banning of so-called 'legal highs'.
Empty shops 'not the answer' for...
Hazel Blears MP has criticised the suggestion that empty shops in shopping centres be used as Magistrates Courts.
Video: Hazel on Salford's courthouse blues
by Tom Rodgers With 150 magistrates courts across the country at threat of government cuts, we took to Chapel Street to intervi...
Video: Salford's £4m plan for Courts...
by Tom Rodgers Salford councillors will travel to London in September to plead for Salford Magistrates courts to be kept open. ...
Video: Courthouse Blues - Norman Owen...
by Tom Rodgers
Video: Courthouse Blues - Barbara Keeley...
Following the revelations that funding was to be cut for a new courthouse in Eccles, a question mark hangs over the future of Salf...
Video: Courthouse Blues - Salford's political...
by Tom Rodgers and Stuart Owen Following the revelations that funding was to be cut for a new courthouse in Eccles, a question ...
Video: Courthouse Blues for Salford Magistrates
By Stuart Owen After plans to build a new justice centre in Eccles were quashed by the government last November it appears that...
Child protection database scrapped
A government database containing the records of England's 11 million children is being switched off at noon today.
EU police plan is 'in interests...
Home Office minister Baroness Neville-Jones has defended the government's plans to opt in to an EU order allowing foreign police t...
Home Secretary makes formal commitment to...
The Government’s ambition to end violence against women and girls was laid out by the Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Eq...
Local court services must be protected
Mark Williams MP writes for ePolitix.com ahead of his Westminster Hall debate on the reorganisation of HM Courts Service.
Copper thefts putting rail at risk
by Mark Bright Rail Police today warned that the network was under strain from people stealing cabling and raw materials.
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