Simon Parsons explores the balance between protest freedoms and criminal convictions.
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".
Deborah Taylor will chair the Criminal Legal Aid Advisory Board for 18 months from July 2023.
The UK's Serious Fraud Office reveals that corporate fines and recoveries total more than four times its £78.6m annual budget.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has launched criminal proceedings against Daniel Pugh, who is charged with one count of fraud and three offences of breaching the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.
With the UK's justice system in crisis, there are short-term fixes that will stabilise the system, says the Law Society of England and Wales.
At the High Court on 14 July, the UK's Serious Fraud Office successfully recovered a property and its rental income from Dr Guang Jiang, an agent who helped British technology company Sarclad to pay bribes to secure business in China.
For the first time, judges and magistrates will have guidelines to assist in sentencing perverting the course of justice and witness intimidation offences.