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Attorney General: Serious Fraud (28 Apr 2020)

Suella Braverman: Last year, the Crown Prosecution Service prosecuted over 10,000 defendants where the principal offence was fraud or forgery. It also has a specialist fraud division, which brings together expertise and skills to prosecute complex and serious fraud.

Attorney General: Covid-19: Remand on Bail (28 Apr 2020)

Suella Braverman: [Inaudible]—capacity across the criminal justice system, and our focus is to ensure that the most dangerous offenders are dealt with as a priority. All cases with an approaching trial date, including bail cases, are under review to ensure that serious and time-sensitive cases are prioritised for trial and that any bail conditions remain suitable.

Written Answers — Attorney General: United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (21 Sep 2020)

Suella Braverman: There has been no Ministerial Direction requested.

Attorney General: United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Rule of Law (24 Sep 2020)

Suella Braverman: I speak regularly to my Cabinet colleagues on various matters relating to Government business. In tabling the UKIM Bill, the Government are clear that we are acting in full accordance with UK law and the UK’s constitutional norms.

Attorney General: Crown Prosecution Service: Fraud Cases ( 4 Feb 2021)

Suella Braverman: My hon. Friend is right to raise this sickening trend. The Government are committed to stopping criminals benefiting from their ill-gotten gains. In 2019-20, the CPS successfully used its specialist prosecutors to seize more than £100 million through confiscation orders across all offence types.

Written Ministerial Statements — Attorney General: Publication of the revised CPS guidance on reconsidering a prosecution decision (25 Feb 2021)

Suella Braverman: There will be no statement today on the publication of the revised CPS guidance on reconsidering a prosecution decision.

Attorney General: Effective and Accountable Justice (16 Sep 2021)

Suella Braverman: We must ensure that all journalists have the right to express themselves and work in a free society. We are incredibly proud of that tradition in this country and our human rights regime rightly protects freedom of expression. I am happy to discuss this vital matter further with the hon. Gentleman.

Attorney General: Understanding of the Law (16 Sep 2021)

Suella Braverman: I send my condolences to the family, and applaud the hon. Lady’s campaigning and work on the issue. I do not know about the case other than what she has just told me, but I am very happy to meet her to discuss it further.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Sam Pybus (29 Sep 2021)

Suella Braverman: My office received a number of referrals to review the sentence in this deeply disturbing case. I agree that the sentence appears too low, and I have referred it to the Court of Appeal to be reviewed. The case will be heard in due course and the Court of Appeal will decide whether to increase the sentence.

Attorney General: Nationality and Borders Bill: Compatibility with International Law ( 6 Jan 2022)

Suella Braverman: We are subject to international obligations that make it clear that, if people have legitimate claims for asylum, there are safe and legal routes through which they may pursue those. To get on an illegally manned vessel and to try to break through our borders illegitimately is dangerous, immoral and unlawful.

Attorney General: Offences Against the Person Act 1861: Section 24 (18 Nov 2021)

Suella Braverman: The recent rise in reports of spiking is incredibly concerning. The Crown Prosecution Service will always treat maliciously administering poison as a high harm offence. In 2020-21, the CPS brought 222 charges under section 24, which was an increase of 22% on the previous year.

Attorney General: County Lines Drug Dealing: Prosecutions (18 Nov 2021)

Suella Braverman: The CPS’s early investigative advice on county lines with the police is making a difference. The majority of county lines offending relates to drug convictions and human trafficking. This year—although these figures do not relate to county lines offending alone—the CPS has secured 36,000 drug convictions and 238 human-trafficking convictions.

Attorney General: Unduly Lenient Sentence Scheme (18 Nov 2021)

Suella Braverman: In 2021, the unduly lenient sentence scheme has continued to ensure that the seriousness of offending is properly reflected in the sentence imposed. More than 100 cases have been heard by the Court of Appeal this year. I have personally presented cases, securing an increase in the sentence imposed on a rapist earlier this year.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Prime Minister: Prime Minister's Questions (19 Jan 2022)

Suella Braverman: The Law Officers have regular discussions with Ministerial colleagues across government on a range of topics. By convention, whether the Law Officers have been asked for formal advice, and the contents of any such advice, is not disclosed outside Government.

Attorney General: Rule of Law: Government (10 Feb 2022)

Suella Braverman: The rule of law lies at the heart of the UK constitution and the Law Officers have a particular role in respect of upholding the rule of law. Together with the Solicitor General, I take that responsibility very seriously wherever we are called on to give advice.

Attorney General: Retained EU Law: Devolved Administrations (10 Feb 2022)

Suella Braverman: Of course there will be continued and meaningful engagement with all the devolved Administrations in this process. It is an important opportunity and an important moment for our whole United Kingdom, and I very much look forward to the input of all the DAs.

Attorney General: Violence against Women and Girls: Prosecutions (26 May 2022)

Suella Braverman: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for raising that issue. He is a doughty campaigner on this subject and I commit to looking more into what can be done.

Attorney General: Rape Prosecution Rates ( 7 Jul 2022)

Suella Braverman: The hon. Gentleman could have asked about domestic abuse victims; he could have asked about RASSO; he could have asked about crime prevention and keeping the British people safe. Instead, he used his opportunity to score cheap political points—[Interruption.]

Attorney General: Covid-19 Related Contracts Awarded by DHSC: Potential Fraud Losses ( 7 Jul 2022)

Suella Braverman: A lot of covid-related litigation has gone through our courts, and there has been a lot of scrutiny of the Government’s decision making and actions during the pandemic. I am pleased to say that the Government were successful in the majority of cases, with our decision making being upheld and found to be lawful.

Human Rights Act 1998 - Motion to Take Note (14 Jul 2022)

Lord Thomas of Gresford: To what would the Minister ascribe this lack of public confidence? Is it the sayings of the Lord Chancellor, or of Suella Braverman? Why is there a lack of public confidence in human rights in this country?


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