Week in Justice 1 April 2018

No mistaking the big issues in justice for this Easter week. The High Court's decision to uphold the judicial review brought by two victims of John Worboys and the consequent forced resignation of Nick Hardwick. We are now set for a rapid review of the parole process beset with all the usual dangers when political need drives policy. You can find full coverage of all the main events below, including first hand accounts from parole board members on how they reach their decisions. 

In other news, a ground-breaking Memorandum of Understanding was published on justice devolution for London, the first virtual court case was held and there are some rather attractive jobs working as Probation Inspectors.

As always, click on the tile to get the full details.

Happy Easter!