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The shocking and tragic deaths of 5 people shot by a man with a gun he was licenced to hold by the police is revealing a chillingly...

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This series of short articles reflects on some matters that may arise in relation to a public inquiry (or inquiries) into the...

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When the unanimous judgment in R (SC) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2021] UKSC 26 was handed down, it felt like a bit of a...

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In R (SC and others) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2021] UKSC 26 the Supreme Court decided that legislation which limited...

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For those on the frontline in defending possession proceedings post the Covid-19 stay, it is sadly all too common to be representing...

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This series of short articles reflects on some matters that may arise in relation to a public inquiry (or inquiries) into the...

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The publication of the long-awaited inquiry report into the 1987 murder of Daniel Morgan and the media storm that accompanied it, laid...

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R (on the application of Akinsanya) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2021] EWHC 1535 (Admin)

The High Court found the...

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The policing of protests has come under increasing focus this year. Last week’s acquittal of XR protestors in Liverpool Magistrates’...

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The High Court has just handed down judgment in R (Nur) v Birmingham City Council [2021] EWHC 1138 (Admin). The case is an important win...

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On 26 April 2021, the UK Foreign Secretary announced the coming into force of the Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regulations 2021,...

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A short article on the tricky topic of adding claimants prior to service of proceedings... 2 min read.