The Weekly Round-Up: government under pressure over child marriage loophole and fire and rehire...

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10 May 2021 by Calla Randall In the news: Campaigners have warned that a loophole allowing children aged 16 or 17 to get married with their parents’ consent is enabling forced...

Northern Ireland: dealing with the past – UK Human Rights Blog

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7 May 2021 by Anurag Deb Lawyers working on cases dealing with Northern Ireland’s troubled past know that this field of legal work develops slowly. Sometimes, however, developments...

Law Pod UK new episode: Henry VIII Powers undermining parliamentary supremacy – UK Human...

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4 May 2021 by Rosalind English Episode 143 features Isabel McArdle and Sarabjit Singh QC of 1 Crown Office Row. Isabel practises in indirect tax, healthcare law, personal...

The Weekly Round-Up: #KillTheBill, FPN reviews, and rights under threat in India – UK...

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3 May 2021 by Byul Ryanim In the news: People aged 42 and over are now able to book their Covid-19 vaccines, joining the more than 33.8 million people...

Immigration removal and an Article 2 inquest – UK Human Rights Blog

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29 April 2021 by Caroline Cross R (Lawal) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (2021), Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), Unreported, JR/626/2020 (V) — read...

German judge under police surveillance after ruling compulsory mask-wearing in schools unconstitutional – UK...

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28 April 2021 by Rosalind English On 8 April 2021, the Weimar District Family Court ruled in Amtsgericht Weimar, Beschluss vom 08.04.2021, Az.: 9 F 148/21) that two...

Vaccine hesitancy and the Court of Protection: who decides? – UK Human Rights Blog

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27 April 2021 by Rosalind English Informed consent to medical treatment is at the heart of the vaccine debate. Consent is also at the centre of most...

The missing Rule 35 mechanism for immigration detention in prison – UK Human Rights...

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27 April 2021 by Alice Kuzmenko The Court of Appeal in MR (Pakistan) and Another v Secretary of State for the Home Department EWCA Civ 541 recently...

The Weekly Round-up: Home Office deaths and Post Office “thefts” – UK Human Rights...

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26 April 2021 by Alethea Redfern In the News: The Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) has found that Priti Patel breached her procedural obligations under Article 2 of...

Home Office Windrush decision was irrational, holds High Court – UK Human Rights Blog

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26 April 2021 by Martin Forde QC R (On the Application of Hubert Howard (deceased, substituted by Maresha Howard Rose pursuant to CPR 19.2(4) and PD 19A)) v...

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