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News: Supreme Court gives Mail permission to appeal in human rights challenge to CFAs

On 2 August 2016, the Supreme Court (Lords Mance, Clarke and Wilson) gave the Daily Mail permission to appeal  in the case of Miller v Associated Newspapers Ltd,  373 more words


"Everyone is entitled to their point of view, even if some people find it offensive."

I recently completed a practice question 5 article for English Language on the above statement and thought it went quite well so I decided to share it on here with you guys :) 590 more words


Unlimited Immigration Detention and the Right to Liberty - the Round-up

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The absence of fixed time limits in the UK system of immigration detention does not breach Article 5 of the Convention (the right to liberty), according to a recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights in… 898 more words

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Woman who sparked versus Magical Sparkle Powers

You might remember this Court of Protection case

A life that sparkles

where a woman was found by the Court of Protection to have capacity to refuse medical treatment, even though doing so would be likely to bring about her death. 4,771 more words

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Case Law, Strasbourg: Pinto Coelho v. Portugal (No.2), Open Justice, Article 10 and Broadcasting recordings of hearings - Hugh Tomlinson QC

In the case of Pinto Coelho v Portugal (No.2) ( ECHR 296)(only in French) the Fourth Section of the Court of Human Rights held (by a 6:1 majority) that the imposition of a fine on a journalist who had published unauthorised audio recordings of a criminal trial was a breach of Article 10.   1,490 more words


NI Judge acquits Pastor of "gross offence" against Muslims

DPP v McConnell NIMag (5 January 2016)

Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation.

(Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī , 13th Century Persian Islamic scholar and poet)

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