Nick Hardwick says minister has failed to take his department’s share of responsibility

The former head of the Parole Board, who was forced out over the quashed decision to release the rapist John Worboys, has said the justice secretary, David Gauke, has failed to take his department’s share of responsibility for failings in the case.

Nick Hardwick, who was forced to resign by Gauke, said three high court judges had made it clear that a dossier of evidence supplied by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to the Parole Board panel considering Worboys’ release did not contain sufficient detail on Worboys’ alleged broader offending.

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