The use of non-disclosure agreements or ‘NDAs’ must be balanced with the importance of allowing whistleblowers to disclose information in the public interest, writes Saxon Norgard.
In the latest move towards a trend of escalating police action against Drill musicians, the authorities argue that this type of censorship is necessary to prevent violence, but have they taken it too far? We explore the human rights implications at the core of the debate.
There is no requirement for the individual to have been convicted of any offence before a sexual risk order is imposed
The Committee looking into the legal aid cuts has recommended an “urgent review”.
A Scottish man has been fined £800 after he trained a dog to do a Nazi salute on camera.
The debate over infant male circumcision is heating up. Iceland has proposed new laws to ban the practice for non-medical reasons, and recent polling reveals that 62% of Brits would support a similar ban here in the UK.
The UK’s Chief Coroner, Judge Mark Lucraft QC, has described the controversial ‘cab rank’ approach to burials adopted by one of his senior officers as “not capable of rational justification” and “not lawful”.
Iceland’s government has proposed a new law to ban circumcision for non-medical reasons. Could the UK follow suit, and if so, what are the implications for human rights?
The Prime Minister is set to announce new measures that would outlaw intimidation against MPs and their families.
The saying goes that ‘the internet never forgets’, but this may no longer be true.