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First, I want to say to the hon. Gentleman that this is a tragic case, and my thoughts remain with Belly Mujinga’s family and friends.
I share the concern about the growing backlog in the courts.
Last week, I chaired the CPS ministerial board, at which I was pleased to hear that the CPS’s recruitment programme has continued at pace
I speak regularly with my right hon. Friend the Lord Chancellor on many matters, including manifesto commitments.
My hon. Friend raises an important point. The CPS is not immune to the impact of the backlog.
It is essential that perpetrators, victims and their families know and understand that the criminal justice system remains open and opera
I share, I hope, the hon.
First, I thank the CPS for its hard work during this difficult time.
I share the hon. Gentleman’s commitment to justice for Belly Mujinga and her family here.
The Lord Chancellor and I discuss a range of criminal justice issues on a regular basis. As the hon.