Justice should be devolved to Wales, commission urges

Powers to control justice, policing and prisons should be devolved to the Welsh assembly as they are in Scotland and Northern Ireland, a commission led by the former lord chief justice of England and Wales has recommended.

In a strongly worded report on the justice system in Wales, a review chaired by Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd also called for the age of criminal responsibility to be raised from 10 to at least 12 years, warned that “advice deserts” were appearing because of cuts in…
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