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'Radical measures like judge quotas' are the 'last resort'

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THE Labour party have recruited two of Britain's leading progressive lawyers to "think big" on how to achieve a balanced judiciary. Labour’s shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan has appointed Sir Geoffrey Bindman QC and Karon Monaghan QC to create practical proposals for the political party which will ensure judges are selected from beyond th...




Sir Michael Wilshaw will investigate Birmingham schools

THE chief of school watchdog Ofsted will take personal charge of the investigation into claims that schools in Birmingham have been taken over by Muslim extremists. Sir Michael Wilshaw who has carried out inspections in 18 schools in the city, More Real life news »

Major report says foreign doctors not as competent

Foreign doctors should face tougher tests before being allowed to practise in the UK a major report published by the British Medical Journal said. Experts, from University College London and Cambridge and Durham universities, on Friday (18) sa More Real life news »

BBC doc alleged mayor increased funding for certain groups

POLICE have said there is "no credible evidence of criminality" after looking at files from an east London borough which was suspected of fraud. Its comes after a BBC Panorama documentary alleged that Tower Hamlets mayor, Lutfur Rahm More Real life news »

Former counter-terror chief to investigate 'Islamist plot'

EDUCATION Secretary Michael Gove sent in a former counter-terror chief to investigate claims of an Islamist plot to take over schools in Birmingham. Peter Clarke, who headed the police investigation into the July 7, 2005 London bombings, was a More Real life news »
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