Christina Lienen: When Strasbourg Won’t Have It – Push for or Limitation of Common Law Constitutional Rights?
On 8 November 2016 the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (‘ECtHR’) in Magyar Helsinki Bizottság v Hungary decided that Art 10 did indeed confer a right … Continue reading
The Supreme Court decision in Kennedy v Charity Commission was striking from many points of view. Mr Kennedy was a journalist frustrated by the way the Commission handled his allegations … Continue reading
Judith Bannister: The Last Word on the Public Interest in FOI: Australia and the United Kingdom Compared
Freedom of information (FOI) reform has often been slow in Australia. There was a decade (and a change of government) between Gough Whitlam’s 1972 election promise of freedom of information and the … Continue reading
Australia’s Coalition government handed down its first Budget on 13 May 2014, which has since proved controversial in several respects. The Budget’s impact on groups such as the elderly, the … Continue reading
On 26 March 2014 the Supreme Court gave a lengthy judgment in Kennedy v Charity Commission  UKSC 20, running to 248 paragraphs. The Supreme Court decision is full of … Continue reading