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The Government has been forced into an embarrassing U-turn in its shake-up of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) by freezing the appointments of 42 new Chief Crown Prosecutors. In a written answer to a parliamentary question, published last week, Attorney General John Morris QC concedes that the Government’s plans to reorganise the service into 42 […]

OSS seeks to boost efficiency with gift voucher scheme

Staff at the Office for the Supervision of Solicitors (OSS) are being offered gift vouchers to close the file on as many complaints as possible in time for Christmas. The unusual incentive scheme is designed to help the OSS clear up a massive backlog of cases – and comes as the OSS prepares to publish […]

Herbert Smith gets £3m payout

Herbert Smith was paid £3,256,000-worth of taxpayers money in fees for the sell-off of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) married quarters – twice as much as the MoD budgeted for. The National Audit Office’s report on the controversial £1.6bn sell-off of 57,000 married quarters homes to Nomura-led consortium Annington Homes, in the UK’s largest ever […]

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