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    In with the new

    2 July 2018

    What’s not to like about the new Gazette?

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    More must be done for exonerees

    25 June 2018

    Justice has long argued that the compensation regime for wrongful convictions is inadequate.

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    A role for private prosecutions

    25 June 2018

    Private prosecutions offer an important alternative for obtaining justice.

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    Birmingham lessons

    25 June 2018

    I have tried hard to promote the cause of the families of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombing victims.

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    How to say hello

    25 June 2018

    The form of salutation on letters.

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    Technology lost in translation

    18 June 2018

    While welcoming the lord chief justice giving prominence to the subject of court interpreting in the Sir Henry Brooke Annual Lecture, the message that ‘simultaneous translation will put courtroom interpreters out of a job “within a few years”’ (Gazette, 8 June) should be treated with caution.

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    Holiday claims stereotype holds water

    18 June 2018

    I read with interest the letter from Paul Smith (Gazette, 4 June) regarding holiday claims.

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    Triple judicial pay to attract applications

    18 June 2018

    Eduardo Reyes’s article on the lack of diversity among the senior judiciary (‘On judicial diversity, there is little trickle-up effect’, lawgazette.co.uk, 7 June) was well observed. They need to triple the amount they pay High Court Judges and have a proper career ladder, rather than the old-school tie system in ...

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    SFO’s new broom

    18 June 2018

    Lisa Osofsky’s appointment as SFO director (Gazette, 4 June) is to be welcomed. Coming as she does from a different background to her predecessor, we should expect some changes in approach.

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    Searching for clarity

    18 June 2018

    ‘Property Search VAT confusion set to continue’ (Gazette, 4 June) discussed the effect of the decision in Brabners LLP v The Commissioners for HMRC.