Christmas 2015. A young woman sits in a wheelchair in a Danish rehabilitation centre. She mumbles incomprehensibly to herself from time to time but is otherwise unresponsive. 2,784 more words
Tags » Deprivation Of Liberty
, Deprivation of liberty, Mental Capacity Act
Women in the western world are no more oppressed than men. They can drive cars, they can work in whatever job or profession they choose, they can choose to have a sexual relationship with anyone of legal age of any gender, they can choose to remain single or childfree, they are allowed to have casual sex, they are allowed to remain celibate, they can breastfeed in public, they can wear whatever they like, they can say whatever they like, they can smoke, drink alcohol, get tattoos. 338 more words
You may recall the Court of Appeal taking Mostyn J to task for taking them to task for taking him to task.
Well, none of you thought that it would end there, did you? 1,781 more words
The Law Commission consultation on ‘Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty‘ closes in a week’s time (on 2 November 2015). The consultation has detailed proposals about new law to manage deprivations of liberty and restrictive care in a wide range of settings, including the family home. 603 more words
Ever decreasing circles - Court of Appeal take Mostyn J to task for taking them to task for taking him to task...
Readers of the blog may be familiar with Mostyn J’s continuing battle to have the Supreme Court change their mind about the deprivation of liberty test set down in Cheshire West, and failing that to simply disagree with their decision at every opportunity. 2,587 more words