The longest-ever hearing of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal is finally drawing to a close as the verdict of human rights firm Leigh Day is delivered later this week. The tribunal […]
Privacy campaigners have argued that police should require a search warrant to extract data from suspects’ mobile phones. A report by the police and crime commissioner for North Yorkshire in 2015, […]
France is considering appointing an official internet ombudsman to regulate complaints about online material so that excessive censorship is prevented and free speech preserved. A bill establishing a “content qualification assessment […]
A British bill of rights will go ahead as promised, the justice secretary, Liz Truss, has said, though no timeframe for any detailed proposals has been given. There has been repeated […]
Abbey Solicitors’ extradition team are highly experienced in this rapidly developing, complex and technical area of law. The past several years have been marked by a phenomenal increase in the […]
Bus companies must give wheelchair users priority on vehicles instead of using “first come, first served” policies for passengers, an official human rights watchdog has stated. The Equality and Human […]
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