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.
Sarah Hinton looks at the welfare principle in detail and asks whether it has any influence on the court, as well as considering any effect human rights legislation has had in this area.
Karina Rooney asks whether the baby of Kate and William, Prince George, is granted a right to privacy under Article 8 of the ECHR.
Zaakirah Amodine asks whether pulling out of the European Convention on Human Rights would really help tackle the issues around expelling foreign criminals back to their country of origin without violating their rights, or whether such a move would be…
Rebecca Broadbent discusses occult crime and the extent to which the law can interfere with fundamental rights contained within the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act 1998.
Zaakirah Amodine discusses the impact of Article 8, the right to family life, on the deportation of migrants from the UK as a consequence of their criminal behaviour.
Zaakirah Amodine considers the concept of the 'best interest' of a child in cases relating to immigration and the right to family life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Rebecca Broadbent explains the ancient constitutional right of habeas corpus as a remedy for those unlawfully detained.
Zaakirah Amodine examines the complexities surrounding the implementation of Article 8 of the ECHR in relation to deporting asylum seekers, particularly the scope of the concepts of 'family life' and 'private life'.