Monthly Archives: October 2014

Legislative drafting: a new sub-discipline of law is born by Professor Helen Xanthaki

I think this is so important that I feel the need to  reproduce the  Article in full on this site. I got this as a result of watching John Cooper QC in the House of Lords   Select Committee Inquiry … Continue reading

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Deferred Prosecution Agreements time to negotiate and IMHO tim!e to oppose

http://www.counselmagazine.co.uk/articles/time-negotiate accessed Friday 26 Sept 2014 Time to negotiate? Nichola Higgins and Quinton Newcomb cast a spotlight on Deferred Prosecution Agreements. Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) are a US imported mechanism, by which a company can admit corrupt or fraudulent behaviour, … Continue reading

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What is the future for Human Rights from Halsburys Law Exchange a Legal Think Tank

What is the future for UK human rights? http://www.halsburyslawexchange.co.uk/what-is-the-future-for-uk-human-rights/ -iconhalsburyslawexchange.co.uk/what-is-the-future-for-uk-human-rights/ What does the current legal framework for human rights look like in the UK? The legal framework for protecting fundamental human rights contained in HRA 1998 achieved an unusual balance … Continue reading

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Eight Reasons why Human Rights makes Britain a better place original Campaign by John Cooper QC

http://www.amnesty.org.uk/eight-reasons-why-human-rights-act-has-made-uk-better-place-british-bill-of-rights?utm_source=FBPAGE&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=International_Justice_&utm_content=20141003181833&linkId=9871106   The ECHR supported John Beckett, Jeanette Smith and Duncan Lustig-Prean, sacked from the Armed Forces for their sexuality © Press Association In December 2013 Chris Grayling said he believed that the European Court of Human Rights did not … Continue reading

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The Governmental Goals of God TV a blog I pioneered years ago in response to Cross Rhythms ruining my life by cursing attempting to dismantle what I was doing [under God]; when I was forced to sleuth them in order … Continue reading

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The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act is being misused to unearth journalistic sources. Parliament must tighten it

The Guardian view on the police and the rights of the press The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act is being misused to unearth journalistic sources. Parliament must tighten it Editorial The Guardian, Tuesday 7 October 2014 20.05 BST Kent police … Continue reading

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Christian Media Watch: Wealthy Preachers? A visual Reply I am after CORROBATIVE EVIDENCE that will stand up in Court

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