Current laws that aim to ensure disabled people are not deprived of their liberty unlawfully are “in crisis” and need to be replaced urgently, according to the government’s advisers on law reform. 144 more words
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With his neon, yellow jacket identifying him as a volunteer, Hazrat Shah is hard to miss. He’s serving up warm food and drink under a makeshift tent to refugees in Finland, just outside Helsinki’s main railway station. 1,416 more words
Protections for NHS whistleblowers are to be extended under new Government plans.
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Two people involved in the brutal murder of a disabled man who was imprisoned and tortured to death have had their sentences increased by the court of appeal. 160 more words
Should an employer be allowed to ban an employee from wearing a hijab?
Theresa May is given the power to trigger Article 50 and start leaving the EU after peers back down.
The Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would leave 24 million more Americans without health insurance by 2026 than under current law, according to an analysis from the Congressional Budget Office released Monday. 46 more words