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Published Thursday February 21 2019
LGBT History Month: Jane Ryan recognised for her work for the LGBT+ community
Jane Ryan has been selected to feature in an exhibition at the London School of Economics celebrating lawyers and activists who have significantly advanced LGBT+ protections as part of LGBT History Month.
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Published Wednesday February 20 2019
Gross misconduct proceedings start against MPS officers in connection with Linah Keza murder
Three officers facing gross misconduct proceedings arising out of alleged failings prior to the death of Linah Keza in July 2013.
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Published Wednesday February 20 2019
Inquest jury find that “systemic failures” by police preceded Donna Williamson domestic homicide
Donna died from stab wounds inflicted upon her by her ex-partner Kevin O’Regan.
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Published Wednesday February 6 2019
Home Office ordered to pay damages for breach of child’s rights
The Upper Tribunal has ordered the Home Office to pay damages for breaching a young asylum seeker’s right to family life with his UK resident relative.
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Published Tuesday February 5 2019
Settlement in Medical Justice judicial review challenging Home Office definition of torture
The Home Office has made concessions in response to a judicial review by Medical Justice which challenged a revised definition of torture for the purposes of identifying vulnerable detainees.
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The memory of Seni Lewis lives on at the launch of the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards 2019 Read More
 
Donna Williamson inquest to start on Monday 4 Feb Read More
 
Elderly prisoner sues MOJ over rats in prison Read More
 
Court overturns Parole Board decision Read More
 
High Court in Northern Ireland to hear woman’s abortion rights case Read More
 
Judgment hailed as a ‘masterclass’ in pressing for disclosure. Read More
 
Police failures in domestic homicide case Read More
 
European Court finds UK Government in violation of John Catt’s privacy rights Read More
 
Systemic failures contributed to the death of Tyrone Givans at HMP Pentonville Read More
 
Gross failures in care contributed to the death of Catherine Horton at Bethlem Royal Hospital Read More
 
Neglect and serious medical failures contributed to death of Natasha Chin Read More
 
Systems and individual failures contributed to the death of Amanda Briley at the Bradgate Unit in Leicestershire Read More
 
Metropolitan Police apology to civil rights campaigner Stafford Scott Read More
 
HM Coroner adjourns inquest into death of Branko Zdravkovic following jury verdict Read More
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia Read More
 
Janet Farrell wins Humanist of the Year award 2018 Read More
 
Finding of gross misconduct against police officer Read More
 
Misconduct hearing for police officer Read More
 
Inquest into the death of Natasha Chinn Read More
 
'Seni’s Law’ receives Royal Assent Read More
 
Fracking and the Right to Protest Read More
 
Windrush: The unlawful, unfair, discriminatory treatment of people with a legal right to remain in the UK Read More
 
Police Damages for disclosure of family's safe address Read More
 
The hostile environment: The Windrush scandal Read More
 
Joint Committee On Human Rights inquiry into Immigration Detention Read More
 
New 'Seni Lewis Award' to recognise collaborative work between police and health service Read More
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia deceased Read More
 
Trainee Solicitor Vacancy Read More
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia Read More
 
Important Upper Tribunal decision on asylum seeking children’s rights Read More
 
Home Office admits it unlawfully separated a father from his daughter Read More
 
Daniel Morgan family statement on Court of Appeal judgment in murder suspects' claim against police Read More
 
Challenge to detention of torture survivors Read More
 
Ministers to debate apology for historical adoption practices on 12 July. Read More
 
Memorial to Kamil and Bijan Read More
 
Race hate murder was avoidable Read More
 
Home Secretary breached child refugee’s rights Read More
 
Transgender prisoner succeeds in judicial review Read More
 
Supreme Court finds that Northern Ireland’s abortion laws breach human rights Read More
 
Edward Daffarn, co-author of the Grenfell Action Group Blog interviewed by Channel 4 News Read More
 
Inquest into the death of Natasha Chin Read More
 
Snoopers’ Charter ruled unlawful: Liberty wins first battle in challenge to Investigatory Powers Act Read More
 
IOPC to investigate whether stop and search was discriminatory Read More
 
Mrs Sharon Grant OBE and others deliver letter to Home Secretary calling for reform of the Undercover Policing Inquiry Read More
 
The Daphne Project Read More
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia Read More
 
Police Damages for failure to protect teenage witness Read More
 
Terrorism, Policing and Human Rights Read More
 
Met Officer facing gross misconduct hearing Read More
 
Bhatt Murphy represent Liberty in ‘Snoopers Charter’ legal challenge Read More
 
Unlawful treatment of immigration detainee with serious mental illness Read More
 
Sister speaks out about the death of Annabella Landsberg at HMP Peterborough Read More
 
Admission of Liability and Damages secured following data breaches by police officer Read More
 
Police Officer Faces Criminal Trial Read More
 
Bijan Ebrahimi deceased Read More
 
Apology and Damages following mistaken police raid on family home Read More
 
Megan Phillips joins Bhatt Murphy partnership Read More