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Latest Legal News

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Coronavirus approach 'creates risks for the rule of law'

21st of September, 2020

Human rights committee concerned by lack of parliamentary scrutiny of legislation.

Clooney quits government role over ‘rule of law’ breach

18th of September, 2020

Doughty Street barrister is latest casualty of the row over the UK Internal Market Bill.

ID checks on directors in Companies House reforms

18th of September, 2020

Government promises a 'fast, efficient, 24/7 digital verification process'.

IBA warns against Assange extradition

17th of September, 2020

Removal would set a 'dangerous precedent', human rights institute says.

Justice minister quits over 'rule of law' row

16th of September, 2020

Lord Keen 'found it increasingly difficult to reconcile' his obligations as a lawyer with provisions in the UK Internal Market Bill.

Claimant refused permission to rely on more favourable expert

16th of September, 2020

Application had been made to admit extra evidence three days before already-vacated trial date.

Rule of law under attack, says Law Society

15th of September, 2020

'We have a choice about what sort of country we want to be and what we want to be known for around the world.'

Trade deal will boost Japan access moves, says Society

14th of September, 2020

Agreement comes as Tokyo relaxes conditions for foreign lawyers to practise.

Buckland: I'll quit if rule of law broken in 'unacceptable way'

14th of September, 2020

Lord chancellor insists government will be able to resolve tensions arising from UK Internal Market Bill.

Lords request that silent Buckland makes Brexit bill statement

11th of September, 2020

Peers wants the lord chancellor to explain how he believes the legislation complies with international law.

'Undergraduate tosh': government outlines legal position on Brexit bill

11th of September, 2020

Statement cites parliamentary sovereignty as justification for international breach.

MoJ's judicial critic complains of 'improper and undue pressure'

10th of September, 2020

Judge Keith Raynor claims he was pressurised to extend custody limit.

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