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It is with mixed feelings that I address the House today: feelings of pride in having known my dear friend James Brokenshire, and feeling
It is for the probation service, through its victim liaison officers, rather than the Parole Board to notify victims of upcoming parole r
I am always keen, as the hon. Gentleman knows, to make sure that the law in England and Wales is consistent.
I assure the hon. Gentleman that my right hon.
May I take this opportunity to welcome the Minister of State, my right hon.
I am grateful to the hon. Member for raising the Law Commission report.
I am happy to commit to that open consultation once we have published the findings of the review.