Cake has returned to the human rights world, and this time it’s from across the pond.
It was nearly two years ago that we reported on the fisherman’s rights victory of Mr Mott, in one of the UK’s more unusual human rights cases.
Earlier this year, campaigners calling for civil partnerships to be extended to heterosexual couples had their challenge thrown out. However, they’ve now been told they can take the case to the … Continued
A trip to Disneyland during school time may be every child’s dream, but the Supreme Court has now ruled it could also be criminal offence.
Car-hire service Uber has been told by the High Court an English language requirement imposed on its drivers is legitimate, proportionate and not discriminatory.
Last week, a High Court judge ruled that a transgender parent could not have direct contact with her ultra-orthodox Jewish children. The decision was justified on the basis that the … Continued
Who are ‘priority places’ for? The Supreme Court has said that a policy of ‘requesting but not requiring’ able bodied people to move is unlawful disability discrimination. Mr Paulley uses … Continued
The ‘gay cake’ saga continues. The Northern Irish Court of Appeal has refused a request to appeal to the Supreme Court. However, the bakery owners have confirmed they will go directly to the Supreme … Continued
In order to leave the European Union, the UK must first send a notice to the European Council, under Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union (TEU). From … Continued
In the 2001 census, 0.8% of the UK population pronounced themselves followers of Jediism, surpassing Judaism (0.5%), Buddhism (0.28%) and Sikhism (0.63%). Jediism is inspired by the Star Wars films, … Continued