Tories pledge to allow victims and media into parole hearings

  The Guardian 
Commitment follows outcry over proposed release of serial sex attacker John Worboys Victims and the media would be allowed to apply to attend parole hearings under reforms pledged by the Conservatives. The Tories said they wanted to reform the parole system, which has been accused of not being transparent enough following a successful court challenge last year overthe proposed release of serial se
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