As MPs continue to debate the terms of our exit, we keep tabs on all the key rights issues.
Author: Jem Collins
For LGBT people, living in some parts of the UK is just as difficult as living in the American Mid-West, according to life peer Brian Paddick.
Brian Paddick is a man with a lot of names. Where do you start with a person technically called The Right Honorable, The Lord Paddick? Do you call him that, … Continued
History has never had the best human rights record. After all, it’s the reason they were formally agreed upon in the first place.
A new report looking into the history of conservatism has called for the party to be the “loudest champions” of human rights.
I’ve never really thought my upbringing was anything other than normal. I played with LEGO, had a Furby my dad my locked under the sink after it wouldn’t shut up … Continued
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has finally apologised to a mother whose son was killed in Iraq more than a decade ago, after a lengthy legal battle.
Former British PM Tony Blair can’t be taken to court in a private prosecution, the High Court has ruled.
Another day, another set of tweets from Donald Trump. This time the President of America has made a ruling about trans people serving in the military. Namely, they now can’t. Despite … Continued
It’s been a good week for diversity in the judiciary, as Mr Justice Singh becomes the first non-white judge to sit in the Court of Appeal.