Paul Lamb, 63, is set to launch a judicial review of the current laws around assisted dying for the terminally ill.
The past 12 months have seen a growing interest in trans and non-binary issues, but it hasn’t all been good. Here’s how a media furore meant that we actually missed the bigger rights picture.
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When he was ten he wanted to be the Prime Minister – now Patrick Harvie has almost realised his dream, rising to the ranks of Scottish Green Party Co-Covener. He speaks to RightsInfo about life’s big questions.
The House of Lords has issued warnings that our human rights may not be safe after the Brexit negotiations conclude.
The Prime Minister has previously threatened to axe the act, which provides vital protections for our human rights across all areas of our life.
Our team takes a look at some of the defining moments for human rights in 2018.
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Chancellor claims ‘austerity is coming to an end’ and announces £400m for schools, £450m for tackling potholes and an extra £1 billion for the Ministry of Defence.
The Prime Minister was speaking in Birmingham at the annual party conference.