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No compensation for UK prisoners banned from voting

Over 1 015 United Kingdom (UK) inmates were banned from voting for three years, The Guardian reported.

The publication found that despite the court’s findings that the UK continued to violate prisoners’ right to partake in elections. 539 more words

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A Post-European British constitution: Plus ça change?

I am giving a Current Legal Problems lecture at the UCL Faculty of Laws later this week. The lecture is entitled: “A post-European British constitution: Plus ça change?”  937 more words

Constitutional Law

#50cases — Three suggestions

Adam Wagner, editor of the excellent UK Human Rights Blog, is in the process of launching a new Human Rights Information Project, as part of which he is crowdsourcing “ 976 more words

Constitutional Law

#StreetLaw 3: Aliens and Human Rights

…or when I realised even kids hate lawyers!

For our third lesson we thought we’d be a bit more adventurous that we had one before and not use just worksheets and pens, but strips of paper with human rights (mostly according to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child) which the groups can move about themselves. 1,098 more words


How Norway will undermine Czech intentions for the family, for the protection of children, and for human rights

The Lower Chamber in the Czech parliament has passed a resolution containing good principles for family, children and child protection. This was done in connection with the violations committed against the family of Eva Michaláková in Norway and other Czech citizens. 1,550 more words