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Breaking Whispers- Supreme Court to rule on prerogative Brexit

It has been confirmed today that the Supreme Court will deliver its ruling on the long running legal case against the government over Brexit on the 24th of January. 291 more words

UK Government

Sex Workers Offer Free Sex to Celebrate Outlawing Of Vagabond

The Malawi Association of Sex Workers (MASW) has said that its members will offer themselves free of charge to its customers nationwide in celebration of the Outlawing of the Vagabond laws in the country. 483 more words

Malawi

Abuja High Court Refuses To Grant Nyesom Wike's Ex-Parte Application

A Federal High Court in Abuja presided over by Justice Gabriel Kolawole on Monday refused to grant Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike’s ex parte application. 494 more words

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Conflict of Interest: Accountants Penalised for Breach

Professional Services Sector  – Lessons from critical High Court ruling:

Read my featured article highlighting the latest case law regarding Accountants’ duties,  client confidentiality & conflicts of interest, of wider interest to Professional Service Firms: 122 more words

Litigation

Transwoman Won Legal Battle Against West Bengal Public Service Commission

Atri Kar, a transgender woman, has fought and won a legal battle against the West Bengal Public Service Commission for incorporating the third gender beyond the binary in the application form for examination. 137 more words

Pot Sentenced To 2 Years Community Service For Calling A Kettle “Black”

Johannesburg High Court– Just when it looked like South Africa would reach the milestone of 5 days without a racial slur, a local pot was found guilty of calling a kettle “black” 166 more words

Humour

Sexual abuse overseas and limitation

As the IICSA confirms the initial hearing dates for the first public hearings which form part of the investigation in to the Protection of Children Outside of the UK, the High Court has handed down a judgment which is linked to this issue as it addresses limitation when abuse has occurred overseas. 807 more words

IICSA