The commission is seeking views on whether and how the law governing appeals for criminal cases should be reformed.
The guide for all members of the judiciary includes a 'Statement of Expected Behaviour' to ensure that office holders are aware of the standards expected of them.
Amazon has offered not to use seller data and to treat all sellers’ offers equally when selecting which to feature in the ‘Buy Box’.
In a letter to the home secretary, the Justice and Home Affairs Committee said that cooperation on law enforcement and criminal justice between the UK and the European Union has been "set back in certain respects".
The Home Affairs Committee says the bill as proposed would mean small venues having to implement costly new anti-terror measures while larger events fall out of scope.
Following a report by the Daily Mail, the Lord Chancellor Alex Chalk has written to the chair of the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority (SRA) to call for punitive measures against solicitors who mislead the immigration system.
The Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Bank of England have revised their complaints procedure, following a consultation.
An investigation is needed into the cost of over a thousand tax reliefs which complicate the tax system and are open to abuse, the Treasury Committee says.