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  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 25/03/2015

    AG and SG @RobertBuckland congratulate all the winners and runners up today at the @Law_Works and AG Student Awards #studentprobonostar

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 25/03/2015

    AG Jeremy Wright getting ready to meet the #studentprobonostar at the Student Pro Bono Awards

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 25/03/2015

    #studentprobonostar http://t.co/wWM52uey5A

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    A: Law Officers are pro bono supporters for Govt, helped by 2 committees representing pro bono here + abroad

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    Q: What steps he has taken to promote pro bono work amongst members of the legal profession.

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    @alextomo we do however, urge everyone to read and adhere to the media advisory.

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    @alextomo last week we issued a media advisory that urged restraint when publishing, including by way of social http://t.co/TyWcwEEqA3

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    @AGO_UK in addition, training has been provided to prosectors on the new stalking offences

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    A: Steps taken to improve include of specialist prosecutors, dedicated units to manage these cases, (2/4)

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    @alextomo confirm this Office was asked to consider articles including Kelvin MacKenzie's regarding evidence heard in Hillsborough Inquest

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    @alextomo Office monitoring coverage, the Law Officers do not think the coverage they have seen requires action for contempt of court

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    A: CPS issued new guidelines in October 13 setting out new approach to cases of child sexual abuse. (1/4)

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    A: In 2013-14 the number of child abuse prosecutions rose by 440 to 7,998 with a highest ever conviction rate of 76.2% (4/4)

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    A: and the application of a new approach to considering evidence in child sexual abuse cases. (3/4)

  • Attorney General @AGO_UK 24/03/2015

    Q: What assessment has AG made of the effectiveness of the CPS’s guidelines on prosecuting cases of child sexual abuse?

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