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The Supreme Court has today handed down judgment in A Local Authority v JB (by his litigation friend, the Official Solicitor) [2021] UKSC...
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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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This blog summarises care home visiting rules across the UK’s four nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.It was...
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2020 has put the spotlight on many aspects of our lives as individuals and societies. Covid 19 has not only been a threat to physical...
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The UNCRC (Incorporation) (Scotland) Bill, which was introduced to the Scottish Parliament in September, “is a bright ray of sunlight in...
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I have written an article in the European Human Rights Law Review on "Supranational human rights bodies and protecting the rights of...
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On Monday 21 September 2020, Doughty Street Chambers hosted a webinar on “Covid-19 deaths of care home residents: what does justice look...
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Trigger warning: descriptions of violence and abuse.Today the Care Quality Commission has published a report into abuse at Cygnet Yew...
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Mr Connor, a litigant in person, yesterday persuaded the High Court to strike down a benefit review rule as a breach of Article 6 of the...
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The Lancet has today published a set of papers on institutionalisation and deinstitutionalisation of children. They will receive a...
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What are the implications for care homes and home care in the UK of the new WHO guidance on masks?  On Friday 5 June 2020, the World...
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This piece analyses the UK government's performance against ten policy objectives published by WHO Europe. It seeks to shed light on why...