Jon Thompson warns “that tone of some of the debate around the loan charge, and the spreading of unconfirmed rumours, risks creating additional concern for vulnerable customers”
Right to rent checks have “little to no effect” on controlling immigration, says judge in High Court case
Watchdog says payment-by-results model will cost department at least £467m more than projected and has not delivered results
Justin Russell previously oversaw the MoJ's prisons, offender and youth justice policy
Troubled eight-year project reaches fruition as technology is to be deployed nationwide in the coming months
Announcement comes as damning report finds probation service at one of collapsed company's subsidiaries "inadequate"
Judge nods to departmental budget pressures as he hands down 12-month sentence
Cabinet sec says Farr “dedicated his entire career to keeping our citizens safe and the country secure”
Update also reveals that only one application for financial assistance under the Windrush hardship scheme has been approved
HMPPS is "emerging from several challenging years", says MoJ permanent secretary Richard Heaton
The report also called for and end to indefinite detention, which "causes distress and anxiety and can trigger mental illness"
"One of the main criticisms levelled at the parole system was a lack of transparency," justice secretary David Gauke said as he set out refomrs following John Worboys case