Category Archives: Justice Issues

Its time for Seetec and Sussex PCC to challenge the MOJ


It seems hard to criticise the Government for investing over £3m into schemes to assist vulnerable women offenders across the UK, a decision which was announced on Friday. Although the individual sums involved have not been disclosed, there is a … Continue reading

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Sajid, it is time to close down The Home Office


The people and organisations within our society that have recognisable high levels of power and authority should act in a highly responsible manner. If they do not, then the risk of society as a whole being severely impacted and even … Continue reading

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Sure Start and PCCs show the need for political reform


On Monday on ‘Start the Week’ on Radio 4 the programme included Naomi Eisenstadt who spoke about the work carried out under the Labour Government between 2007-2010 on the SureStart programme, which was inspired by the American HeadStart Programme. How … Continue reading

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Five issues behind last night’s Inside Out TV programme


The focus on Sussex Police and its acute lack of resources was the first item last night on the BBC One ‘Inside Out – South East’ programme which is available here. The short documentary exposed the impact of some of … Continue reading

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Sussex Tory MP calls for law of collective liability!


Back on 10th September in a debate in the House of Commons, the Conservative MP for East Worthing and Shoreham, Tim Loughton stated “Is not the change in the law that we need that, rather than having to point to … Continue reading

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77 days detention while we wait for the Home Office to come up with its plan!


On the last day of term in Parliament back at the end of July, a debate took place on the theme of Immigration Detention and specifically on the Review carried out by Stephen Shaw which was Commissioned in September 2017 … Continue reading

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Public sector workers getting strangely mixed messages


Last Friday in Parliament this question and answer (only the first few lines are shown here, the rest of the answer can be seen on this website) took place and on the face of things, there is no reason for … Continue reading

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