Editor's note: Can substandard justice – whatever that looks like in practice – be justice at all?
Heavy reliance to be placed on video and telephone hearings to clear post-pandemic backlog
In the late 1940s, there was a crisis in this country, as many more couples were divorcing as a consequence of the second world war. Recognising something
Matthew Duncan considers the court's approach to interpretation in the case of a foreign domiciled person who died leaving a worldwide estate
The quality of justice is increasingly at risk and it’s the government’s fault, peers have concluded in a comprehensive report
Government must act urgently to address the case backlog in the family and civil courts, peers said in a new report
MoJ must invest much more to legal aid 'to meet the reality of need', say peers
The MoJ is consulting on proposals to strike a balance between citizens’ rights and effective governance
The MoJ has lost its way – that’s the underlying message from a damning report from MPs
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