Week in Justice 24 Sept 2017

Plenty of news from the world of probation this week with the revelation that the MoJ has given an extra £37m funding to failing private Community Rehabilitation Companies.

Also don't miss Probation Chief Inspector Dame Glenys Stacey with a forthright analysis of current problems and an action plan to remedy them.

Legal Aid was also in the news with a new, Labour-backed report calling for more funding and a legally enforceable right to justice.

The Chief Exec of HMCTS also provides a useful update of progress on the court modernisation programme.

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