Abortion can be an emotive topic. It’s also a human rights issue, with the right to abortion falling within the area of reproductive rights.
This month Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) celebrates its 69th birthday. With the recent re-appointment of Jeremy Hunt as health secretary and fresh concerns over the future of this national institution, we … Continued
On 26 June, the UK Government published a policy document setting out its offer to citizens of the 27 European countries taking part in the Brexit negotiations.
Last week, the UK’s highest court upheld the importance of citizenship to a person’s human rights. What happened? Mr Johnson was born on 18 March 1985 in Jamaica to a … Continued
One year ago, the European Court of Human Rights handed down its decision in a UK case on the law of assisted suicide, declaring it inadmissible for the Court’s consideration. The case … Continued
Freedom of speech, often called freedom of expression, is thought of by many as the cornerstone of a liberal democracy. One of the founding fathers of the United States, Benjamin … Continued