Testing the boundaries of causation in mesothelioma deaths – UK Human Rights Blog

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22 April 2021 by Caroline Cross Wandsworth BC v HMC for Inner West London EWHC 801 (Admin) — read judgment Mesothelioma deaths arising from asbestos regularly come before...

The Weekly Round-Up: are immigrants and asylum seekers getting their day in court? –...

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19 April 2021 by Calla Randall In the news: The rights of immigrants and asylum seekers have been at the forefront of the news this week, with the Home...

Latest Law Pod UK episode: 100 days since UK’s withdrawal from the EU –...

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19 April 2021 by Rosalind English In her latest episode of 2903cb, Professor Catherine Barnard looks back on the past 100+ days since the UK withdrew from the...

Mandatory vaccinations for care home workers – a slippery slope? – UK Human Rights...

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16 April 2021 by Rosalind English Or, as Andrew Neil put it on the Spectator TV News Channel this week, “A Dripping Roast For Lawyers”. To be...

Law Pod New Episode: Harriet Wistrich on Criminal Justice for Women – UK Human...

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12 April 2021 by Emma-Louise Fenelon Following International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, Emma-Louise Fenelon spoke to Harriet Wistrich, founder of the Centre for Women’s Justice about...

The Weekly Round-Up: Amnesty unimpressed and government care home guidance “grossly discriminatory” – UK...

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12 April 2021 by Byul Ryanim In the news: On Wednesday, Amnesty International released its 2020/21 report on the state of the world’s human rights.  Amnesty’s UK director, Kate...

Law Pod UK new episode: Courts tussle with Uber, Ola and the Gig Economy...

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7 April 2021 by Rosalind English In Episode 139 of Law Pod UK Alasdair Henderson of 1 Crown Office Row joins Rosalind English to discuss the recent ruling...

What is the true value of a companion animal? – UK Human Rights Blog

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7 April 2021 by Rosalind English Pendragon v Coom EW Misc 4 CC (22 March 2021) As we all know, the acquisition of puppies during lockdown has gone...

Application for fresh inquest refused – UK Human Rights Blog

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6 April 2021 by Caroline Cross Farrell v HMC for North East Hampshire EWHC 778 (Admin) Applying for a fresh inquest is not straightforward. First, the bereaved have...

The Weekly Round-Up: New Police Powers and Domestic Abuse in the Family Courts –...

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5 April 2021 by William Craig Cohen In the news On Friday, former Home Secretary Lord Blunkett raised his issues with the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, an...

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