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  • Church of England's handling of allegations against Bishop Bell 'flawed and unfair'
  • The Tories have run out of ideas of how to fix our broken justice system
  • Rape victims being questioned about sexual history in 'significant number of cases'
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  • Whatever happened to the undercover policing inquiry?
  • Diane Abbott promises a ‘new order’ for refugees and migrants under Labour
  • Warnings of risks of epilepsy drug 'could and should have been given in 1974'
  • Proof magazine: A cut too far
  • Lord Bach: LASPO ‘probably the Coalition's worst piece of legislation'
  • Over 38,000 prisoners sent to prison last year but never convicted
  • Bach Commission calls for ‘legally enforceable’ right to justice and for eligibility to legal aid to cover half of all households
  • 'Not the right conditions' to double sentencing powers for magistrates
  • Proof magazine: Who are you calling fat cats?
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