Ministry Of Justice. Image shows from L to R: Heydon Prowse, Jolyon Rubinstein. Copyright: Monkey Kingdom.

Ministry Of Justice

Channel 4 sketch show pranking criminals. 3 episodes (1 series) in 2018. Stars Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein.

Press Clippings

The show that features "real contributors, real crime and real idiots" brings its debut series to a close. This week features: a tenancy agreement with a landlord offering "sex for rent"; a shocking new pet-protection concept; and a campaign to protect the unfairly persecuted "1%" of corporate wrongdoers.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 14th December 2018

The comedy series that finds absurd humour in the UK's reactionary approach to law and order continues, with satirical activists Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse - who sharpened their skills on BBC Three's The Revolution Will Be Televised - putting their own spin on knife crime, ticket touts and online trolling.

Graeme Virtue, The Guardian, 7th December 2018

Ministry of Justice review

Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse take the pee out of urine tests and drug crime but fail to nail the hypocrisy.

Tim Dowling, The Guardian, 1st December 2018

In the first of a new three-part "hidden camera" show, The Revolution Will Be Televised pranksters Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse join forces again to entertain us with sketches in which the Ministry attempts to solve Britain's drug problem by launching its own fake drug-dealing service.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 30th November 2018