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The Ministry of Justice does not exercise any functions under the provisions of the Registration of Burials Act 1864 and has not therefore undertaken such a review. Should the Government amend the Act in the future, however, it would have to take account of the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.
Data on Mental Health Treatment Requirement Orders (MHTRs) made by each court is not held centrally. Only national data on numbers of MHTRs issued in England and Wales as part of a community order/suspended sentence is available and can be found here: Year Numbers of MHTRs issued. 2015 (January to March): 202 2014 960 2013 854 2012 764 2011 878 2010 1005 The above...
We have specifically protected civil legal aid so it remains available where legal help and advice is most needed; where life or liberty is at stake, or where there is a serious risk of harm such as where there is evidence of domestic violence or child abuse. We have commissioned a survey examining how the not-for-profit sector is repsonding to these changes, which we plan to publish by the...
Entered the House of Lords on 28 July 2010
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