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Aggravation by Religious Prejudice in Scotland: The Lord Advocate’s Lacuna

This post is by Dr Phil Glover.

The Lord Advocate, the Rt Hon James Wolffe, QC, recently wrote to the Scottish Justice Secretary Michael Matheson following the conviction and sentencing of Tanveer Ahmed for the religiously-motivated murder of Asad Shah.  3,425 more words

Criminal Law

7,000 Policemen To Ensure Security, Public Order In KL Tomorrow

Approximately 7,000 policemen will be on duty to ensure security and public order during the Bersih 5 and Red Shirt rallies in the city tomorrow. 114 more words

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The Riots By Michael Michael Matthews

Last year London North Branch member Michael Matthews sought assistance from IPA members to speak about their experiences in the 2011 riots for a book he was writing. 408 more words

Part 1 - Exercise 3 - 'Public Order' by Sarah Pickering

The brief for this exercise was to look at the series of images entitled ‘Public Order’ by Sarah Pickering and explain how her images made you feel and also answer the question ‘Is… 406 more words

1 The Photograph As Document

Policing the Black Lives Matter rally in Melbourne

The police presence at the Black Lives Matter (BLM) rally on Sunday 17 July, 2016 was notable for its sheer size and scale.*

Everyone at the event would have noticed the long lines of police arrayed around the initial rally gathering point at the State Library forecourt and the various PORT – Public Order Response Team units, manoeuvring through and around the crowd in tight formations, anticipating threats. 2,111 more words

Melbourne

SARAH PICKERING - 'PUBLIC ORDER'

This Exercise draws my attention to the work of photographer Sarah Pickering and in particular to her series Public Order produced in 2004. Initially, on looking at the first images it appears that the subject is a rather uninteresting and unpopulated English townscape.   899 more words

C & N PART 1 EXERCISES

Censorship or justified Concern?

IR(Ben-Dor & Ors) v The University of Southampton EWHC 953 (Admin) (read judgment)

Mrs Justice Whipple dismissed one claim for judicial review, and refused permission to bring a further claim, in respect of decisions made by Southampton University regarding a proposed conference on the legality of the existence of Israel under international law. 1,446 more words

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