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Professor Laura McAllister and Dr Rowan Williams will be co-chairs of an independent Constitutional Commission to consider Wales’ future.
Lord Lloyd-Jones, Justice of the UK Supreme Court, will serve as the inaugural President of the Law Council of Wales.
Years of cuts to legal aid mean the UK is “heading towards a two tier justice system”, Counsel General Mick Antoniw today warned.
Planning and historic environment law to be simplified as part of Welsh Government programme to make law more accessible
Mick Antoniw, the Welsh Government’s Counsel General, has launched a new programme to improve the accessibility of Welsh law.
People could be able to elect their local councillors as they finish lessons or as part of their weekly shop, as part of efforts to make voting easier.
Counsel General, Mick Antoniw will today announce the new laws which will help transform Wales into stronger, greener and fairer country.
The First Minister will today set out a refreshed 20-point plan to make the United Kingdom stronger and work better for everyone.
The Welsh Government’s new Counsel General, Mick Antoniw, has been sworn into office at a ceremony at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday 28th May.