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Assisted dying; Infringement on our human rights.?

Up and until 1961 suicide was known to all as a crime in the jurisdiction of England and Wales and furthermore encouraging or assisting a suicide was also a crime under Section 1 of the Suicide Act 1961. 711 more words

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Australia Court Rules the Month-Long Detention of Migrants at Sea Was Legal

Australia’s High Court ruled Wednesday that the nearly month-long detention of 157 ethnic Tamils from Sri Lanka aboard a sea vessel last year was legal under the government’s Marine Powers Act. 316 more words

A Jed end for McCrory as Lee remains in Power

Supporters of Swindon Town FC can now concentrate on the football (and perhaps a promotion) after Jed McCrory has failed in his desperate bid to regain control of the boardroom. 900 more words

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Local haulage company directors have huge judgements made against them

The directors of a local haulage company have had judgements made against them for a combined total of almost €3.5 million.

The case against the directors of Arthur Mullen Truck Importers Limited was taken by Danske Bank, with the judgement made in the High Court on January 5th. 31 more words

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Rihanna Won Her Lawsuit Against Topshop


Rihanna has won a legal battle against Topshop. You may recall the singer filed suit against the London-based fast fashion retailers after it began offering for sale a t-shirt bearing her image without her authorization. 178 more words


[Case Note] On recalling the chairperson of a municipality: MP High Court's decision

A recent judgment from the Madhya Pradesh High Court examines the role of the chairperson vis a vis the Council of a municipality. It also briefly touches upon the state legislature’s role under Article 243R of the Constitution. 729 more words

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