I wrote a post for the LSE’s Constitution UK blog about benefits sanctions. You can check it out here.
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In 1963, the European Court of Justice passed judgement on what is now considered to be one of the landmark cases in European Union law, … 2,046 more words
Is the European recognition of positive obligations in human rights law superior to the view taken by the United States Supreme Court?
In the Liberal tradition, democracies emphasise the political and civil rights of their citizenry: autonomy, the rule of law, and both positive and negative liberties of the individual are some of many examples. 2,035 more words
‘Timothy Robinson and his co-authors put together a series of maps showing the global distribution of various widely eaten animals. This map shows where the world’s pigs live, and makes the point that the taste for delicious pork varies widely around the world. 300 more words
Wildlife and livestock still share the rangelands of Kitengela, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya (photo credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann).
‘Wildlife populations are declining severely in many protected areas and unprotected pastoral areas of Africa, researchers from leading universities and international research institutes said. 300 more words
Have you ever had a moment that just felt so surreal? Like you floated out of your body and you just watched yourself from above? Well I had this moment nearly three weeks ago when I got my A-Level results. 245 more words