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Quiz of The Week: 11 - 17 July
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Quiz of The Week: 11 - 17 July

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17 Jul 2020
Instant Opinion: Labour can’t win by ‘pandering to right’
Keir Starmer
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Instant Opinion: Labour can’t win by ‘pandering to right’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Thursday 16 July
16 Jul 2020
Why everybody’s talking about the security committee coup
Chris Grayling outside No. 10
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Why everybody’s talking about the security committee coup

The ‘cloak and dagger operation’ could shake loose a long-awaited report into Russian interference in UK politics
16 Jul 2020
Why everyone is talking about probation
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Why everyone is talking about probation

Government announces reversal of controversial probation service reforms introduced by Chris Grayling just five years ago
16 May 2019
Government to pay £33m to Eurotunnel over ferry contract row
High Speed 1 Channel Tunnel
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Government to pay £33m to Eurotunnel over ferry contract row

Chris Grayling faces calls to step down over legal bust-up about ‘secretive’ talks with service operators
1 Mar 2019
Should ‘failing Grayling’ be sacked?
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Should ‘failing Grayling’ be sacked?

Cross-party MPs call for transport secretary to go after Brexit ferry fiasco
11 Feb 2019
Damning report reveals causes of train timetable chaos
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Damning report reveals causes of train timetable chaos

Transport watchdog says Network Rail, two train operators and Department of Transport ‘all made mistakes’
20 Sep 2018

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Has privatised probation failed?
Electronic tag, monitor, prison, crime
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Has privatised probation failed?

As the government prepares to scrap its contracts in this sector, questions over the viability of the system have arisen
27 Jul 2018
Rail nationalisation: should railways be public or private?
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Rail nationalisation: should railways be public or private?

A majority of Brits think the privatisation of railways was a failure
11 Jun 2018
Prison cuts: 'lack staff to detect extremists behind bars'
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Prison cuts: 'lack staff to detect extremists behind bars'

Counter-terror expert warns of a 'growing haystack' of Islamic fundamentalists in England's prisons
7 Apr 2015
Tax pledge gives Tories poll lead – but there’s a way to go
The Mole
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Tax pledge gives Tories poll lead – but there’s a way to go

Tories need to be nine points ahead of Labour, not one – hence the wooing of Ukippers with ECHR threat
3 Oct 2014
Tories reveal plans to break ties with human rights court
David Cameron
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Tories reveal plans to break ties with human rights court

Conservatives to scrap Human Rights Act and seize power from Europe if they win the next election
3 Oct 2014
Grayling denies prison crisis: what do the stats say?
A guard stands behind a locked gate at Pentonville prison
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Grayling denies prison crisis: what do the stats say?

Assaults, suicides and prison populations are all on the rise but Chris Grayling says it's all under control
19 Aug 2014
Police face ban on issuing cautions for serious crimes
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Police face ban on issuing cautions for serious crimes

Justice secretary says that cautions for crimes including rape and assault are 'simply unacceptable'
30 Sep 2013
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 9 Oct 2012
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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 9 Oct 2012

9 Oct 2012
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