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A High Court judge has ruled that the life support of 11-month-old Isaiah Haastrup can be withdrawn by doctors, after being told further treatment would be “futile, burdensome and not in his best interests”.
New trade laws, which could allow ministers to water down or repeal equality laws altogether, are being debated in the House of Commons today.
‘Disadvantage one-upmanship’ is holding schools back from good performance, according to the new chief inspector of schools in England.
Six months on from the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower, the national equality body has launched an inquiry into whether the state failed both victims and their families.
Human rights activists from both sides of the Irish border have warned “fundamental questions about human rights and equality are at stake” due to the Brexit negotiations.
More than 300,000 Britons are homeless or living in inadequate housing, according to new data from UK charity Shelter.
Women in their 20s are earning less than men, and the gap is getting wider, according to figures released today.
MPs in Westminster today debated proposals to lower the voting age across the UK to 16 – but could there be a human rights argument for this?
Almost half of disabled people in the UK worry about telling their employers of their condition, according to new research.