Incoming Justice Secretary faces challenge to win over a sceptical legal profession

On 4 September, Prime Minister David Cameron broke with more than 400 years of tradition when he appointed Chris Grayling as Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor as part of an extensive Cabinet reshuffle.

With no background in law, Kenneth Clarke’s MoJ replacement has his work cut out, says Gerard Starkey

On 4 September, Prime Minister David Cameron broke with more than 400 years of tradition when he appointed Chris Grayling as Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor as part of an extensive Cabinet reshuffle. 

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