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...

Are “squalid” jail situations and the response to the Covid-19 pandemic breaching human rights?...

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6 July 2020 by Jonathan Metzer The newest stories of HM Chief Inspector of Prisons and the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights lay naked the situations in...

Supreme Court docket holds kids’s hearings system is appropriate with article 8 – UK...

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6 July 2020 by Daniel McKaveney ABC v Principal Reporter and another In the matter of XY UKSC 26 The Supreme Court docket not too long ago dismissed...

Courtroom of Enchantment permits Shamima Begum’s enchantment – UK Human Rights Weblog

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17 July 2020 by Marina Wheeler QC Begum v Particular Immigration Appeals Fee and the Secretary of State for the Dwelling Division EWCA Civ 918 Early final yr,...

LawPod UK: Dentists and Covid-19 – UK Human Rights Weblog

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6 July 2020 by Rosalind English The highlight throughout the pandemic has been on frontline staff within the medical career. However when you consider it, the actual hazards...

Lockdown problem – permission refused – UK Human Rights Weblog

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7 July 2020 by Dominic Ruck Keene The Authorities will likely be relieved. Mr Justice Lewis has refused permission to carry a judicial assessment in what's arguably probably the...

Excessive Courtroom guidelines on preliminary points in problem referring to alleged UK involvement in...

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9 July 2020 by Sapan Maini-Thompson In R (Reprieve & Ors) v Prime Minister EWHC 1695 (Admin), the Excessive Courtroom made a preliminary ruling that Article 6(1)...

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