Drone Flying: The Legal Implications For Consumers

The article explores the fears surrounding the recent widespread use of drones, as well as talks about the attempts by various authorities to limit the consequences of reckless use.

Is The War on Drugs Lost?

Is the UK’s current War on Drugs really the right policy to counter the harm of drug usage, or is it simply a numbers game aiming to satisfy voters.

Debbie Purdy – Right to Die Campaigner’s Final Battle

In this tribute to a fearless campaigner, Nathan Akhavan-Moossavi looks at the tragic death of right-to-die campaigner Debbie Purdy. Nathan explores the issues surrounding her campaign, her victory in the courts against the UK government and what Purdy herself thinks about her cause.

Laws & Moral : Abortion Laws in Texas

In this article Soo Shin Teoh considers whether laws related to abortion should be based in morality.

RSPCA – Review of their Prosecution Work

Founded in 1824, the RSPCA is the oldest animal welfare charity in the world.[1] It’s mission statem

Factors affecting the fight for Human Rights

Given the more liberal society of today’s world, the topic of human rights is gaining much more attention than it was ever before. Teoh Soo Shin discusses the factors that can compromise one’s human rights through case studies and examples covered by the media, such as Malala Yousafzai.

Pros and Cons of Open Source Software Licensing

Introduction Creation of one piece of software may result in several pieces of intellectual property

What Does Mother Nature Think of Human Rights?

This article will argue that the laws of man are in conflict with the laws of nature. It will be argued that whilst human laws sit above all humans, humanity’s laws do not sit above those of nature.

The Real “Enemy Within”: How Judicial Independence Was Compromised During the Miners’ Strike.

The British people enjoy a world-class legal system. The “Rule of Law” and access to justice are rig

Human Rights: A British Invention

Natalia Gale takes a look at the history of Human Rights in the UK and warns the Tories of the adverse effects their “Human Rights Policy” may bring about. The area of Human Rights is political, but it should not be compromised by short-term politics.