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    • Race and the criminal justice system
      This publication fulfils a statutory obligation for the Secretary of State to publish, annually, information relating to the criminal justice system with reference to avoiding discrimination on the ground of race.
    • Regulatory offences
      Guidance for government departments and agencies on creating new regulatory penalties and offences.
    • Relationship breakdown
      Parental separation is more common today than in the past. When contact disputes are handled badly, children can suffer.
    • Reoffending of adults
      The latest National Statistics on the reoffending of adults, released by the Ministry of Justice and produced in accordance with arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
    • Reoffending of juveniles
      The latest National Statistics on the reoffending of juveniles, released by the Ministry of Justice and produced in accordance with arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
    • Requesting information
      This section covers how you can request further information and how to find out if we keep any personal details about you.
    • Research
      This section contains publications and follow-up reports on our regular research programme, as well as any special projects that we initiate.
    • Review of Voting Systems
      The Government has published its review of the experience of the new voting systems introduced since 1997 for the devolved administrations, the European Parliament, the London Assembly and London Mayor.
    • Royal and hereditary
      Responsibility for royal matters originates with the ancient office of the king's secretary. This was the channel of approach to the king for those subjects who had no right of access to the sovereign.
    • RSS feed, Using our (Really Simple Syndication)
      News feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content. You can get the latest headlines and videos in one place, as soon as they're published, without having to visit the websites you have taken the feed from.