We all know that fly-tipping is an offence, but did you know you commit an offence if you pass waste to someone who isn’t licensed? Here we look into the fly tipping law and what is actually classed as fly tipping.
Earlier this year the Metropolitan Police was in the spotlight over their use of a ‘gang matrix’, and now they are back in the news again.
An article looking at the dramatic climax where the jury returned guilty verdicts in the case of R v Sally Metcalfe, the hapless Coronation Street Councillor caught up in fraud, money laundering and bribery. Does Sally have a case for appeal?
Restorative Justice (which is often referred to as RJ) is a way of holding offenders to account and can be used as an alternative to a caution or conviction, or alongside a sentence.
Article explaining how nuisance phone calls can be reported to the ICO – Information Commissioner’s Office. We look at what the outcome can be for those making nuisance phone calls.
A suspended sentence is a term of imprisonment that is suspended so that you do not go into custody immediately and will not go into custody if you comply with the conditions attached.