The ‘Bill of Rights Bill’, repealing and replacing the Human Rights Act, has already attracted significant criticism. This […]
Addressing the extraterritorial application of the ECHR has emerged as one of the priorities in the UK Government’s […]
Section 2 of the Human Rights Act (HRA) requires that domestic courts “take into account” relevant Strasbourg case […]
James Bevan: Anti-HRA Rhetoric and the Conservative Party 2019 Manifesto: Are the Proposals for a British Bill of Rights and Repeal of the Human Rights Act “Dead in the Water”?
The ECHR was incorporated into UK domestic law through the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA), which came into […]
Hanna Wilberg: The Limits of the Rule of Law’s Demands: Where Privacy International Abandons Anisminic
Statutory ouster of judicial review has long been considered to offend the rule of law. But just what […]
This is part of a series of posts in which Richard Ekins reflects upon Lord Sumption’s Reith Lectures. […]
Are we defined by the duties we owe or the choices we make? Until very recently UK citizens […]
Introduction The decision of the Divisional Court in the matter of R (DSD and NVB) v Parole Board […]
30 August 2018 marked the end of a long journey for Siobhan McLaughlin: on 28 January 2014 her […]
Shona Wilson Stark: In Re Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission’s Application for Judicial Review  UKSC 27: A Declaration in All but Name?
All eyes were on the UK Supreme Court (UKSC) last week as it gave judgment in In Re […]