What is an All-Party Parliamentary Group? 

All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.

The APPG on Miscarriages of Justice Register can be found on Page 872 –   Here

APPG Secretariat  

The Secretariat to the APPG on Miscarriages of Justice is provided by Glyn Maddocks QC and Dr Jon Robins. Glyn is a human rights lawyer who in 2020 was made honorary Queen’s Counsel in recognition of his expertise in miscarriages of justice. Glyn has acted in many of the big cases over the last 20 years (Tony Stock, Oliver Campbell, Paul Blackburn, Jonny Kamara). Glyn helped set up the legal charity Appeal and is also a member of the Law Society’s human rights committee. Jon is a lecturer in criminology at Brighton University and a journalist. He has written about the law and justice for the national papers including the GuardianObserverTimes and the Independent and Independent on Sunday for over 20 years and set up the Justice Gap in 2011. He has written a number of books including two on miscarriages of justice Guilty Until Proven Innocent: the crisis in our justice system (Biteback, 2018) and The first miscarriage of justice: the amazing & unreported case of Tony Stock (Waterside Press, 2014).