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The Joint Committee on Human Rights has condemned the detention of members of the Windrush generation.
As Lady Justice Arden joins the Supreme Court, we looks at the UK’s scorecard for judicial diversity.
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Here’s how Conservative thinkers have contributed to human rights.
If protecting privacy online is difficult for adults, it’s even more complicated for children.
He added that if Brexit was worth doing, then it was worth doing well.
A year on from 2017’s surprise general election, have key manifesto pledges actually been kept? RightsInfo takes a look.
The UK’s highest court has found human rights are violated – but it hasn’t overturned the law.