Cases against the medical profession: an extended review by Marina Wheeler QC – UK...

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18 June 2021 by Marina Wheeler QC During the pandemic, the public’s gratitude to the medical profession has been palpable. But rightly, practitioners continue to be regulated, supervised...

The Weekly Round-Up: “Freedom Day” delayed – UK Human Rights Blog

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In the News: The Prime Minister’s recent decision to delay plans to lift coronavirus restrictions by a month has been met with criticism among some legal commentators. The...

High Court rejects ‘failure to remove’ abuse claim – UK Human Rights Blog

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14 June 2021 by Dominic Ruck Keene In a significant adverse judgment for child abuse claimants, DFX v Coventry City Council EWHC 1382 (QB), Mrs Justice Lambert...

UK’s Bulk interception of communications violated Articles 8 and 10 – UK Human Rights...

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4 June 2021 by Charlotte Gilmartin In its judgment of 25 May 2021 the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights found that certain aspects of...

Withdrawal of life sustaining treatment v profound religious beliefs in sanctity of life –...

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3 June 2021 by Rosalind English Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust v Alta Fixsler (By Her Children’s Guardian) (First Respondent) v Mrs Fixsler (Second Respondent) and Mr Fixsler...

The Tigray Conflict: Ethiopia’s Humanitarian Disaster – Harry Sanders – UK Human Rights Blog

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3 June 2021 by Guest Contributor This article was written by Harry Sanders, a content writer for the Immigration Advice Service. Since November 2020, the Tigray region in the...

Latest Law Pod UK episode: Bill Browder on the Magnitsky Act – UK Human...

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2 June 2021 by Emma-Louise Fenelon In Episode 145, Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to Bill Browder, co-founder of Hermitage Capital, author of best-selling book Red Notice and justice activist....

The Weekly Round-up: Further sanctions for Belarus and the end of the legal road...

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1 June 2021 by William Craig Cohen In the news: The arrest of opposition activist Roman Protasevich and his girlfriend, Sofia Sapega in Minsk last Sunday, following the forced...

German Courts: more questioning of the legality of Coronavirus restrictions – UK Human Rights...

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1 June 2021 by Rosalind English On 28th of April I wrote up a judgment by Weimar District Court Judge Dettmar against masks and social distancing in schools,...

The Weekly Round-up: Criminal justice scandals and ‘prison-like’ hotels for victims of modern slavery...

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24 May 2021 by Hugo Murphy In the news: Failures of the criminal justice system were once again under the spotlight this week. On Wednesday, business minister Paul Scully announced...

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