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  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 06/09/2016

    Violence & crimes against women and girls successfully prosecuted more than ever before thanks to efforts of @cpsuk https://t.co/cxs86vCr7Q

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/09/2016

    AG: "Intention of the Govt is not only to prosecute and fine for breaches of the law but to promote a culture of corporate responsibility"

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/09/2016

    You can read the full text of the Attorney General's speech to the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime here: https://t.co/7m51D9pX02

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/09/2016

    AG Jeremy Wright will be speaking at the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime later this morning

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/09/2016

    AG: "In 2015-16, @cpsuk and the Serious Fraud Office recovered more than £130m from proceeds of crime - all put back into public funds"

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/09/2016

    AG Jeremy Wright: "Addressing threat of economic crime is a Government priority, working together with our international partners"

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/09/2016

    AG: "Govt committed to consulting on extension of the criminal offence of a corporation ‘failing to prevent’ crimes like money laundering"

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 25/08/2016

    SG @RobertBuckland writing for @thebarcouncil about how the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme operates: https://t.co/cA2hA1RZFs

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 24/08/2016

    Our 2015 stats show the importance of the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme in ensuring justice for victims of crime https://t.co/1tDSTwuF9J

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 24/08/2016

    SG @RobertBuckland and @WMPolice on the Birmingham case where 16 offenders were sentenced to over 200 years in jail https://t.co/94B5wxKCLZ

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 24/08/2016

    Referrals from the AGO led to more than 100 offenders having their prison sentences increased in 2015: https://t.co/g99C2aw0ty

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 24/08/2016

    Attorney General Jeremy Wright on the continued importance of the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme https://t.co/lNYoOl6E1H

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 05/08/2016

    Solicitor General @RobertBuckland is visting @cpsuk North East to speak about #hatecrime today: full story here https://t.co/c7d5mB6Jn9

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 28/07/2016

    #Rugby sex offender Christopher Jones has been sentenced to an extra 2 years and 6 months in prison after an AG Jeremy Wright referral

  • Attorney General @attorneygeneral 28/07/2016

    #Wythenshawe woman convicted of child cruelty offences to serve 40 months in jail after Court of Appeal overturns her suspended sentence

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