A series of unprecedented five-day strikes by junior doctors is planned for the coming months if no compromise can be found over Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s plans to impose new contracts. 419 more words
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by Nikhil Issar
Under Entry 18 of the State List, states can make laws related to land, or rights in or over land; land improvement; and colonization of land. 1,269 more words
Special Educational Needs (‘SEN’) law can be something of a bureaucratic labyrinth, navigated with equal frustration by parents, carers, young persons and Local Authorities.
It often gives rise to unnecessary litigation before the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (‘SENDIST’) and beyond. 943 more words
The short but significant Court of Appeal judgment in Secretary of State for the Home Department v Kamara EWCA Civ 813 concerned an appeal against deportation of a person convicted of serious drug offences who had been living in the UK from age 6. 885 more words
The Home Office guidance (published on 20 October 2014) contained the wrong test.
It is unlawful, imposes a higher test than that contained in the statute  and should not be followed, according to Mr Justice Walker in 361 more words
Even before Rhuppiah v Secretary of State for the Home Department EWCA Civ 803, lawyers and Judges have engaged in mental gymnastics worthy of the Olympic stadium when applying Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights in immigration cases. 846 more words