The global security company is to repay just over £24m it overcharged over seven years, and has apologised to the Ministry of Justice.
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Worboys outgoing Parole Board chairman: Ministry of Justice ‘messed up’
Nick Hardwick, the outgoing chairman of the Parole Board is in the studio.
Ministry of Justice admit to handing over incomplete Worboys dossier
The Ministry of Justice has admitted responsibility for submitting an incomplete dossier to the Parole Board panel which decided to release the black cab rapist John Worboys. But it said that the Parole Board did have sufficient evidence to conclude that Worboys should have stayed behind bars. The former head of the Parole Board, who was…
Ministry of Justice to axe 14,000 jobs
Spending review: “Frontline will bear the brunt” says leaked Ministry of Justice memo announcing 14,000 job losses, Channel 4 News exclusively learns.
Ukraine: justice minister threatens state of emergency
Ukraine’s Justice Minister Olena Lukash warns protesters she may call a state of emergency after demonstrators break into and occupy the ministry’s building.
FactCheck: Secret justice?
Justice Secretary says his new Justice and Security Bill won’t increase secrecy in British courts. FactCheck investigates.
New compensation ruling for miscarriages of justice
A Supreme Court ruling widening the scope for compensation claims by “miscarriage of justice” victims could see the likes of Sion Jenkins and Barry George receiving compensation.
Number of evictions rise but have landlords got better?
The number of tenants being turned out of their homes by bailiffs rises to a record high, but the number of private landlords making claims to evict tenants falls, Ministry of Justice statistics show.
MoJ: sensitive files about police shootings go missing
Files relating to three judge-led inquiries, including the police shooting of Mark Duggan, have gone missing in the post, the Ministry of Justice says.
Prisons ordered to destroy halal pies and pasties
The Ministry of Justice orders all halal products from one unnamed prison supplier be destroyed after tests – prompted by the recent horse meat scandal – found some contained non-halal meat.
FactCheck: Jailbird juveniles – too much, too soon?
The United Kingdom is locking up her children too young and too often – and it’s not helping to rehabilitate them, says Europe’s human rights watchdog.The Ministry of Justice hasn’t reviewed the minimum age since the 1960s. But does it need to?
FactCheck: Were the rioters a ‘feral underclass’?
Feral Underclass is a humdinger of a phrase from Ken Clarke, but what does it mean? Previously, David Cameron lumped the rioters together as “pockets of our society that are not only broken, but frankly sick”. And after almost a month of naming and shaming the rioters in the national press, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has released the facts. So do they deserve the stigma? FactCheck investigates.
Met’s Diamond project may cut reoffending and save money
Metropolitan Police pilot the Diamond project may help the Ministry of Justice cut millions off its criminal justice bill and also reduce reoffending, reports Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel.
Exclusive: Channel 4 News has learned that 14,000 jobs are to go at the Ministry of Justice – 11,000 of them from the frontline, according to a leaked internal memo.