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Jon is editor of www.thejusticegap.com. He is a freelance journalist. Jon's books include The First Miscarriage of Justice (Waterside Press, 2014), The Justice Gap (LAG, 2009 – with Steve Hynes) and People Power: how to run a campaign (Daily Telegraph and LawPack, 2008). Jon is a visiting senior fellow in access to justice at the University of Lincoln and a patron of Hackney Community Law Centre. He won the Bar Council's legal reporting award in 2015 and previously in 2005.

‘Tony Blair says that he acted in good faith. That does not get him off the hook.’

‘Tony Blair says that he acted in good faith. That does not get him off the hook.’

  Yesterday in the first nine hours of a new crowdfunding campaign, families of British troops who died in Iraq raised over £50,000 which enough for lawyers to begin a…

Eddie Gilfoyle to keep on fighting after watchdog rejects case

Eddie Gilfoyle to keep on fighting after watchdog rejects case

The family of Eddie Gilfoye has promised to fight on after the miscarriage of justice watchdog rejected the latest attempt to overturn his conviction. It has been more than five…

‘Seeing is believing’: Michael Gove on reform prisons

‘Seeing is believing’: Michael Gove on reform prisons

Michael Gove flagged up the possibility of a white paper on prison reform in the autumn and a determination to act to assist prisoners left languishing on indeterminate sentences. The…

Barristers call for parliamentary vote on Brexit

Barristers call for parliamentary vote on Brexit

Over one thousand barristers have called on the prime minister to allow a vote on an Act of Parliament before any decision is made to leave the European Union. In…

Peers call for ban on ‘grotesque collusion’ between police and press on historic abuse cases

Peers call for ban on ‘grotesque collusion’ between police and press on historic abuse cases

Peers last week called for a ban on ‘media stunts’ by the police investigating allegations of historical child sex abuse and expressed concerns about an erosion of the presumption of…

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