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Lord Chancellor: Sentencing shake-up will produce fairer, smarter system

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Lord Chancellor: Sentencing shake-up will produce fairer, smarter system

Lord Chancellor: Sentencing shake-up will produce fairer, smarter system

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland called for a “new approach” to sentencing ashe set out plans for a shake-up of powers for courts.

During a speech forthink tank the Centre for Social Justice on Wednesday morning, he saidsentencing failures can perpetuate low-level offenders getting stuck in a lifeof crime.


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