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Independent review initiated in early June 2007. Lord Carters report was published on 5 December 2007 in Securing the future Proposals for the efficient and sustainable use of custody in England and Wales.
Review of the scope for sharing personal information and the protections that apply when personal information is shared in the public and private sectors. Conducted by Richard Thomas, Information Commissioner and Dr. Mark Walport
As part of this review, a consultation exercise on proposals for reform on: partial defences to murder of diminished responsibility and provocation; the law on complicity in relation to homicide; and infanticide was published on 28 July 2008
Her Majestys Chief Inspector of Courts Administration and Chief Inspectors for the Constabulary and the Crown Prosecution Service were asked by MoJ to conduct a thorough inspection and prepare a report to Ministers into the resulting and warrant processes at Leeds magistrates court.
Ministry of Justice consultations 27 June 2007 to 2 September 2008
1. Openness in the Family Courtsa new approach
2. Cremation Regulations
3. Referral to coroners
4. Quality Assurance Scheme for publicly funded criminal defence advocates
5. Review of Part 6 of the Civil Procedure Rules: Service of documents
6. Network Access AgreementsAppeal Rules for Adjudicator to Land Registry
7. Conditional Fee AgreementsFixed Recoverable Success Fees in publication proceedings
8. Fees for the Marked Register of Electors produced at UK elections
9. Regulation of Claims Management Services - consultation on fee levels 2008-09
10. Charity Tribunal Draft Rules 2007
11. Criminal Defence Service (Recovery of Defence Costs Orders) Regulations 2001
12. Changes to the Penalty Notice for Disorder (PND) Schemede-prescribing the penalty notice form
13. The debt claim process: helping people in debt to engage with the problem
14. General Commissioners of Income Tax
15. Judicial Appointments: the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary
16. War-making powers and international treaties
17. Freedom of Information Act 2000: Designation of additional public authorities
18. Consumer Credit Appeals Tribunal
19. Asylum and Immigration Tribunal Rules
20. NOMS Strategic Plan on Reducing Re-offending
21. NOMS 3(rd) sector action plan
22. NOMS: Believing We Can
23. Transforming Tribunals
24. Forced MarriageThird Party Applicants
25. Public law family fees
26. MoJ Third Sector Strategy
27. Improving the Criminal Trial Process for Young Witnesses (OCJR)
1. Administration Orders and Enforcement Restriction Orderssetting the parameters
2. Forced Marriage Actcourt procedure rules
3. Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act: Eligibility for Judicial Appointment
4. Enhancing procedural rights and judicial co-operation in the EU
5. Rome IShould the UK opt in?
6. Best Value in Probation
7. Children and Adoption Act 2006 Procedure Rules
8. Certificate of Professional CompetenceAmendments to the Transport Tribunal Rules 2008
9. Titan Prisons
10. Bail and murder
11. Reforming the Legal Aid Family Barrister Fee Scheme
12. Election DayWeekend Voting
13. Pleural Plaques
14. Inspection powers and funding arrangements of the Information Commissioner
15. Pandemic influenzaguidance on the operation of the coroner system
16. Prison, probation and sentencing and reoffending statistics
17. Murder, manslaughter and infanticide: proposals for reform of the law
18. Proposal to close Nelson County Court
19. Claims Management Regulationfee levels for 2009-10
20. Section 57 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Actdraft regulations
Harry Cohen: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what representations his Department has received relating to the risk of domestic violence arising in cases involving end of custody licence. 
Mr. Tyrie: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what discussions he has had with the Electoral Commission on the transfer of the Commission's responsibilities for electoral boundaries to a separate body; and if he will make a statement. 
Bridget Prentice: My officials and I have regular and frequent meetings with the Electoral Commission where we have discussed a range of issues, including the eleventh report of the Committee on Standards on Public Life in which this appeared as a recommendation.
Bridget Prentice: The Government are carefully considering Recommendation 19 of the Thomas-Walport Data Sharing Review relating to sale of the edited version of the electoral register, together with the other recommendations made by the review.
Mr. Dunne: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many British expatriates resident in each country outside the UK were registered to vote in UK elections at the most recent date for which figures are available. 
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your question asking how many British expatriates resident in each country outside the UK were registered to vote in UK elections at the most recent date for which figures are available. (223174)
The number of overseas electors registered to vote in UK parliamentary elections was 14,330 on 1 December 2007, this is the most recent date for which figures are available. We do not have information on which country they are resident in.
Mr. Ruffley: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer of 22 April 2008, Official Report, columns 2023-25W, on fixed penalties, whether additional data are available for subsequent months. 
Data on the number of penalty notices for disorder (PNDs) issued and paid by police force area for each month from 2004 to 2006 are provided in tables, which have been placed in the Libraries of the House. The PND scheme began in all 43 police forces in England and Wales in 2004.
Available annual information on motoring fixed penalty notices can be found in the Ministry of Justice statistical publication Offences relating to motor vehicles, England and Wales, Supplementary tablestables 20(a) to 20(c) refer. Copies of the publication are available in the
Libraries of the House. The publication going back to 1980 can be accessed from the Ministry of Justice website at:
Mr. O'Hara: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice if he will take steps to ensure that sufficient staff resources are applied to mediation in the case concerning George Kelly to achieve a resolution in the week commencing 28 July 2008. 
Altering the current guidance on flying the Union Flag from UK Government buildings: £1,724.31 (estimate)published and paid for by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Role of the Attorney General (CM 7192): £2,243published and paid for by the Attorney Generals Office
War Powers and Treaties: Limiting Executive powers (CM 7239): £13,928A joint publication by Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Defence and Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Publication costs were funded by Ministry of Justice.
Judicial Appointments (CM 7210): £15,837published and paid for by the Ministry of Justice
Managing Protest Around Parliament (CM 7235): £5,532published and paid for by the Home Office
The Governance of BritainConstitutional Renewal White Paper (CM 7342-1, 7342-2, 7342-3) was published on 25 March 2008. It was published and paid for by the Ministry of Justice and its total production cost was £76,960.85
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