Reposted from the UK Human Rights Law Blog. Last week, on 15 January 2015, TTIP was debated in the House of Commons – see here. It is important for us all, but … Continue reading
UKCLA members and blog readers are invited to the following event: The Dickson Poon School of Law and the journal Public Law are delighted to announce the 2015 … Continue reading
The coverage of last week’s Court of Appeal’s decision in Belhadj & Or. v Straw & Ors  EWCA Civ 1394 has thus far generated more political heat than legal … Continue reading
Concerns are often raised as to the impact of EU’s human rights provisions in English law, particularly concerning the impact of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. How … Continue reading
David Feldman: The European Court of Human Rights and the UK – Why Should Strasbourg Decide On Our Human Rights?
The date set for publication of the report of the Commission on a Bill of Rights approaches. The Commission was established to consider whether the UK should have a Bill … Continue reading
Does ‘status’ really matter? In the global age of human rights it seems that being a ‘person’ is all that should count. Human rights apply to everyone. As we know, … Continue reading
Andrew Le Sueur: Have you heard the one about Jimmy Carr, ‘The Guardian’ and a small British island?
There aren’t many good jokes about constitutions. In fact, I’m not sure there are any jokes about constitutions. Be that as it may, British comedian Jimmy Carr has sparked a debate about … Continue reading