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This Week’s Human Rights News

The Supreme Court has been busy this week, deciding on the fate of couples who want to be together and have different legal obstacles in their way.

Read below for these and more human stories in the news this week.

The week at RightsInfo

  • Liz Truss Confirms British Bill Of Rights On Hold Until After Brexit here 
  • Happy Anniversary To A Huge Fair Trials Case here
  • Five Ways Human Rights Help The Fight For Social Justice here
  • Income Rules Stopping Bringing Partner To UK Are Lawful here
  • International Love: What The Minimum Income Requirement Means In Plain English here
  • How People Are Reacting To Liz Truss’ Huge New Prison And Court Reforms here
  • Supreme Court President: Human Rights Laws Make Judges Nicer here
  • Paris: ‘Deplorable’. The Hague: ‘Confusing’. How The Human Rights Court Ended Up In Strasbourg here
  • Equal Love? Heterosexual Couple Lose Civil Partnership Challenge here
  • We Have Two New Members! here
  • Why The Rule Of Law Matters More Than Ever here

The week in human rights news

  • One-legged Albanian killer uses human rights to stay in the UK….and YOU’RE paying for it [Express]
  • UK House of Commons passes asset-freezing bill for human rights violators [Compliance Week]
  • Kaiser Chiefs unveil new human rights film during UK tour [Amnesty]
  • UK: Equality and Human Rights Commission launches new guide on business and human rights for managers [Business and Human Rights Resource Centre]
  • Terror suspects use human rights laws in bid to get their passports back [Telegraph]

The week in Twitter

Top quotes of the week

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Katie Jukes

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Katie Jukes is a Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University in the Law department. She is a passionate believer in the protection of human rights and in communicating accurate, comprehensive information on human rights to the public. View all posts by Katie Jukes.
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