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There have been promises to abolish no-fault eviction. Unfortunately, section 21 Housing Act 1988 is still with us for now. In a recent...
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A fair and accessible justice system, and an active and inquiring media, lie at the heart of our democracy. Ensuring that every citizen...
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OFSI has published an updated version of its enforcement and monetary penalty guidance, which will come into effect from 15 June 2022.The...
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High Court finds moving into statutorily overcrowded housing is not a “deliberate act” where Claimant could not afford suitable housing...
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The three men and one woman were tried by a judge and jury for the offence of criminal damage. They were able to elect trial by jury as...
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Professionally embarrassed? The circumstances in which criminal barristers may return instructions to appear at trial have become clearer...
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Sir, One of the earliest 'war crimes' trials of the Second World War took place in the liberated Ukrainian city of Kharkiv in December,...
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The Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) recently handed down judgment on 6 April 2022 in the case of R (K) v London Borough...
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Almost two months have passed since the Supreme Court’s judgment in ZXC v Bloomberg LP [2022] UKSC 5, [2022] 2 WLR 424.  The Supreme...
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After hearing evidence from witnesses, the Chairman or Panel of an Inquiry must submit a report setting out i) the facts determined by...
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The High Court has handed down the long awaited judgment in R (L, M, P) v Devon CC [2022] EWHC 493 (Admin). The case concerned the...
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My piece in City AM 8th March on the relevance of international law to address the conflict in Ukraine, and the risks we take when we...