Liz Truss is 'sceptical' on problem-solving courts but stands firm on Bill of Rights commitment, writes John van der Luit-Drummond

What a few days it has been for the UK's new justice secretary. Just over a month since becoming the UK's first female Lord Chancellor, Liz Truss has finally, and firmly, grasped the dual nettles of justice reform and human rights that she inherited from her predecessors, Michael Gove and Chris Grayling. Or has she?


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