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Europe · Edinburgh
Scottish independence: Supreme Court to rule on referendum case
Supreme Court judges are to rule on whether the Scottish government has the power to hold another independence referendum. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a referendum to be held on 19 October next year.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 59 sources
Judge praises solicitor subject to ‘intense, personal’ abuse from LiP
Court hears that father in family court proceedings used litigation as an extension of domestic abuse.See the Story
Solicitor jailed for 12 years after private prosecution for fraud
Crown Prosecution Service failed to act despite direction by a High Court judge.See the Story
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'Fatal blow': Raab sounds death knell for criminal defence
Dominic Raab confirmed a real-terms pay cut for solicitors today. The Law Society warned that industrial action could now be looming. The independent review, published nearly a year ago, recommended an immediate 15% uplift in fees. However, today's announcement states that solicitor firms will see a total fee increase of around 11%.See the Story
Europe · London
Criminal barristers vote to end strike after accepting government pay offer
Barristers had been taking part in a continuous walkout after a row with the government over fees and conditions intensified. The Criminal Bar Association (CBA) announced the results of the ballot on Monday after members voted last week. Vote came after the CBA held talks with justice secretary Brandon Lewis.See the Story
43% Right coverage: 14 sources
Europe · London
Victims’ commissioner quits, launching scathing attack on government
Dame Vera Baird criticised the government for letting down victims. She accused the government of "downgrading" victims' interests. Dame Vera said she had been messed around by Dominic Raab, who was justice secretary under Boris Johnson. She said he did not extend her appointment as previous commissioners had and instead told her to reapply.See the Story
Coverage: 8 sources
Europe · Washington
Biden pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth: ‘She defined an era’
Buckingham Palace confirmed on Thursday evening that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II had passed away at the age of 96. Tributes have poured in from across the sector in wake of the news. Bernard Looney, CEO of BP, said: 'Today is a hugely sad day'See the Story
40% Left coverage: 87 sources
Europe · London
Dominic Raab requests investigation into himself over two complaints against him
Dominic Raab has formally requested an independent investigation into his conduct, after saying he has been told two formal complaints have been made against him in two ministerial roles. He said he hoped to stay in post while this took place.See the Story
44% Left coverage: 18 sources
D-day for legal aid as Raab prepares to unveil response
Criminal legal aid solicitors will find out later today if the government has done enough to save their sector from extinction. Lord chancellor Dominic Raab is expected to publish the government's final response to the independent review on criminal legal aid. A lot is riding on what the government announces. The Bellamy review, published a year ago, recommended an immediate 15% uplift in fees.See the Story
Barrister jailed for child abuse offences is disbarred
Practitioner behaved in a way which was likely to diminish the trust and confidence the public places in a barrister.See the Story
MoJ lauds whiplash portal after 37% fall in claim numbers
Just 9% of claims were made by unrepresented claimants, despite system being created with litigants in person at the forefront. MoJ said its measures had ensured greater claimant choice in how to proceed with a claim and being unrepresented was not an impediment to achieving a fair outcome.See the Story