Human rights

Strasbourg court to consider Gard case after Supreme Court refuses appeal

Pre-emptive application to ECHR questions possible breach of article

08 Jun 2017 | Human rights

Theresa May ‘pretends human rights are the problem’ in fight against terrorism

Prime minister’s ‘dead cat’ diversion comes under fire ahead of genera

07 Jun 2017 | Human rights

Tories ‘consider’ ban on personal injury cold calling

Stamp out of nuisance calls welcomed but plan to scrap SFO described as ‘

18 May 2017 | Crime

Lib Dems pledge LASPO review and more funding for criminal legal aid

Insurance for company directors to help fund justice spend, says party’

Labour commits to restoring access to justice

Manifesto hints at bringing back legal aid and redesigning judicia

Prisons and Courts Bill abandoned

Government policies kicked into the long grass ahead of U

Government prioritises ‘speed before justice’ with new asylum appeals plan

Rushing appeals risks unlawful removals, argues Law Society’s vic

18 Apr 2017 | Human rights

Appeal judges allow assisted-dying campaigner’s case to proceed

Court distinguishes Noel Conway’s circumstances from Nicklinson and says case i

12 Apr 2017 | Human rights

Fighting the death penalty in Trinidad

Execution of the intellectually disabled is unconstitutional in Trinidad, but it remains for the president to give respite, explains Katherin

28 Mar 2017 | EU & International

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