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Killer sentenced to 10 years in US federal prison after UK’s longest extradition case

Phillip Harkins was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in the US today. Harkins was originally arrested for murder in 1999 but fled to Scotland from the US after he was remanded on bail. 159 more words


#DayForFreedom activists need to adopt a new legal strategy to reinstate #FreeSpeech

The #DayForFreedom rally on 6 May was a resounding public relations success albeit largely ignored by the biased mainstream media.

But demonstrations alone will not succeed in reinstating #FreeSpeech. 1,389 more words

Free Speech


Following the EU Referendum in 2016, Her Majesty’s Government under Teresa May raised the ugly spectre of The Irish Question in a form last seen nearly 100 years ago. 258 more words

Guidance on Safety in Kabul

In AS (Safety of Kabul) Afghanistan CG UKUT 118 (IAC) (28 March 2018), the UTIAC imparted the following guidance:

Risk on return to Kabul from the Taliban… 365 more words


The dismissal of the revision request in the case of Ireland v UK


On 20 March 2018 the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has dismissed, by six votes to one, the Irish Government’s request to revise the 1978… 1,894 more words

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