SCAM NEWS: UK’s Criminal Justice System To Undergo A Royal Revamp

SCAM NEWS: UK’s Criminal Justice System To Undergo A Royal Revamp

SCAM NEWS: UK’s Criminal Justice System To Undergo A Royal Revamp

London: With Parliament set to resume on 6 January, it seems that criminal justice will a close runner up to Brexit in Bills debated. The Queen’s speech in December committed the Government to establishing a Royal Commission to review the efficiency and effectiveness of the criminal justice process; the Conservative Manifesto had nearly four pages dedicated to cutting crime.

The Government have 7/8 Bills planned, including extending sentences for violent and sexual offenders and improving accountability in the parole system, preventing foreign national offenders from entering UK and increasing penalties to stop them returning. Cyber-crime, online crime, organised crime and terrorism will all have new dedicated tools and resources within the police force. All the above will require significant investment, highlighted in the November 2019 Longford Lecture given by Lord Ian Blair, former Commissioner of Metropolitan Police and a crossbencher in the House of Lords, Blair attributed his 2008 resignation to “lack of support” from Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London at that time.

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