The Daily Telegraph leads with a government announcement that magistrates’ sentencing powers are to be increased in a bid to help clear the backlog in the courts system. Magistrates will be able to jail criminals for up to a year – doubled from the current maximum of six months – under plans unveiled by Justice Secretary Dominic Raab. Writing in the Telegraph, Mr Raab said the change will free up judges to speed up justice.
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