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Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice is one of the largest government departments. Every year around nine million people use its services in 900 locations across the United Kingdom, including 650 courts and tribunals and 139 prisons in England and Wales.
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Correspondence on prisoner transfer agreement with Libya

01 September 2009
Letters from UK Justice Ministers to the Scottish Government concerning a prisoner transfer agreement with Libya.

Jack Straw salutes Hackney’s community crackdown on youth crime

03 September 2009
Jack Straw has praised a pioneering project that is helping to turn Hackney’s young offenders away from crime and ensuring they make amends to their local communities by working on projects that benefit their neighbourhoods.

Rent and mortgage arrears information goes online

31 August 2009
People behind with payments on their homes will have a new way of finding the best solution to their arrears problems today, with the publication of information and advice by the Ministry of Justice.

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EU funding

03 September 2009
Guidance for non-profit organisations on applying for European Union grants under its fundamental rights and justice programme.

Burials

03 September 2009
Guidance for burial ground managers, custodians of war memorials, archaeologists and others.

Equality impact assessments 2009

02 September 2009
Details of equality impact assessments for the Ministry of Justice in 2009.

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