Since the proposal of a British Bill of Rights, many have questioned what purpose this bill of rights would play. At first glance, it would appear that there are two possible answers to this. Firstly, it is possible that the…
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Tessa Craythorne discusses the current position and debate over euthanasia, the consequent tension with human rights and the attempts at legalisation.
Rebecca Broadbent explores the issue of handcuffing a defendant in a Crown Court trial and considers whether or not handcuffs should be used more in court proceedings.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses the protection of journalists' sources. Should journalists be legally obliged to reveal their sources?
Pheobe Street examines the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme and the rights of previous offenders.
The parents of a 24-year-old woman, who was released from hospital hours before she took her own life, won their appeal for damages in negligence in February 2012. Naomi Loomes writes about the Supreme Court decision.
Alice Sheen examines the conflict between Articles 8 and 10 of the Human Rights Act 1998 in light of the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
George Korchev continues his exploration of the relationship between international and municipal law.