Household Court docket Responsible of ‘State Sanctioned Abuse’? Plus Hate Speech and Judicial Bias-...

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26 July 2020 by Conor Monighan Conor Monighan brings us the most recent updates in human rights legislation Within the Information: Credit score: Colin The general public session on Scotland’s controversial...

Novichok inquest quashed – UK Human Rights Weblog

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24 July 2020 by Matthew Hill The Excessive Court docket has at this time handed down a judgment quashing a coroner’s choice on the scope of the inquest...

New Episode of Regulation Pod UK: the Gerry Adams case

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23 July 2020 by Rosalind English The latest ruling by the Supreme Court that the previous chief of Sinn Féin had been unlawfully detained and convicted within the...

Supreme Courtroom guidelines there is no such thing as a proper to privateness in...

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21 July 2020 by Sapan Maini-Thompson In Sutherland v Her Majesty’s Advocate, the Supreme Courtroom dominated unanimously that it was appropriate with the accused individual’s rights below ECHR article...

Raves, laughing gasoline and drink: a nuisance in Hackney – UK Human Rights Weblog

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20 July 2020 by Rosalind English London Borough of Hackney v Persons Unknown in London Fields, Hackney (The ‘prescribed area’) EWHC 1900 QB This case concerned the traditional...

The Weekly Roundup: Shamima Begum, Paedophile-Hunters, and Prison Justice – UK Human Rights Weblog

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20 July 2020 by Sam Sykes Within the information The way forward for the UK response to COVID-19 stays unsure. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has hinted that issues will...

Altruistic cell donation: Court docket of Safety – UK Human Rights Weblog

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2 July 2020 by Rosalind English A NHS Foundation Trust v MC EWCOP 33 (23 June 2020) Learn how to decide “greatest pursuits” within the case of an...

Dunn v FCO – the opening skirmishes – UK Human Rights Weblog

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6 July 2020 by Dominic Ruck Keene In R (Dunn) v The Foreign Secretary and the Chief Constable of Northamptonshire EWHC 1620 (Admin) the Divisional Court docket dismissed...

Spherical Up 6.7.20 – A quiet week within the courts however not within the...

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6 July 2020 by Thomas Hayes Protesters in Hong Kong. Credit score: The Guardian.  It has been a quiet week within the courts from a human rights perspective. The...

Responsibility of care owed by UK ship agent to Bangladeshi employee? – UK Human...

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17 July 2020 by David Hart QC Begum v. Maran (UK) Ltd EWHC 1846 (QB) On 30 March 2018, while engaged on the demolition of an oil tanker...

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