“Instead of investing in a public health approach to violent crime, the Home Office have opted for yet another crude, offensive and probably expensive campaign.”
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Legal expert Sophie Barrett-Brown breaks down the latest on what a no-deal Brexit will mean for EU Citizens’ rights.
Disabled people’s “human right to independent living” is being threatened by a London council’s proposals to hike social care charges, according to a disability charity chairwoman.
Boris Johnson has officially stepped into the role of Prime Minister and is assembling his cabinet.
Boris Johnson has been named the new leader of the Conservative Party and the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. RightsInfo has done some digging into how he stacks up on human rights.
It has been said that many of us are more honest with our search engines than we are with our fellow human beings. RightsInfo takes a look at what we can learn from the patterns in people’s queries.
RightsInfo has done some digging into how Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt stack up on matters of human rights, based on what they have previously said and how they have voted.
Labour MP for Walthamstow, Stella Creasy has spoken out against the Independent Press Standards Authority (IPSA), the body tasked with regulating MP’s pay, arguing that its refusal to provide paid cover for MPs on maternity leave discriminates against women entering the House of Commons.
RightsInfo has done some digging into how each of the declared Conservative Party leadership candidates stack up on human rights matters.
RightsInfo speaks to protestors gathering in central London amid US President Donald Trump’s second official visit to the country.