The separation of powers is one of the most important safeguards for our democracy. But the serial-rapist John Worboys’ case has lead to questions about whether the separation of powers … Continued
We take a look at what rights fans have to be able to watch teams play in person.
Does the police ban on a drill band sharing music and uploading videos violate freedom of expression?
The Government has pledged to review the claims of everyone receiving Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) – 1.6 million people – after a court ruled that current regulations breached the human rights of people with mental health difficulties.
The British Government’s spying legislation is unlawful, the Court of Appeal has ruled, following similar findings from the European Court of Justice and the High Court in London.
More than 21 million of us have signed up to be organ donors, but last year fewer than 1,500 people actually donated their organs after death. Why the huge mismatch?
An impartial jury is an essential part of our right to a fair trial, and the people may only consider evidence which has been lawfully presented in the courtroom.
The Government should pass a new Right to Justice Act, to ensure that there are minimum standards on access to justice, according to a new report released today.
If you’re a conscientious and polite pupil, the chances are you’ve never even thought you could get expelled from school. However, just when is a school allowed to show you … Continued
It’s 48 years since the first manned Moon landing, when Apollo 11 set down and Neil Armstrong made the first ‘giant leap for mankind’. While we haven’t been back to … Continued