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Why wasn’t Anjem Choudary charged with Treason?

You may recall that back in 2016, Mr. Anjem Choudary was jailed after drumming up…

Death Penalty for Kotey and Elsheikh?

Kotey and Elsheikh were part of the ISIS Army and were stripped of their British…

Sir Cliff – privacy invaded?

It's unlikely that you missed the High Court judgment on Sir Cliff Richard’s case vs…
August 27, 2018 in Criminal, Food for thought, news

Ben Stokes Verdict

No doubt you were aware of the Ben Stokes trial last week, with the England cricketer eventually being found “not guilty” of affray. The question is: was the jury right…
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August 20, 2018 in Food for thought, news

Wildly Astray Intuition

I’m sure like me you were incredibly heartened by the Thai Cave rescue. It was a horrendous situation, but the bravery of the divers must be commended. However, I have…
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June 12, 2018 in Webinar

GDPR Webinar – How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Data Protection

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March 16, 2018 in news

The Best Bit of Advice About Litigation that no-one will ever tell you

By October 1939, on Germany’s western border, the Allies could have mustered 96 French divisions, 19 British, 22 Belgian and 10 Dutch, together with about 5,000 tanks and 1,000 aircraft.…
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March 2, 2018 in news

Former Solicitor Phil Shiner tries to offload assets before declaring himself bankrupt

Disgraced former solicitor Phil Shiner tried to offload assets worth nearly half a million pounds to family members before declaring himself bankrupt, it emerged today. “The Insolvency Service said in…
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February 8, 2018 in news

Behind the News: Computer Hack Suspect Lauri Love wins his fight against extradition to the US.

You may recall that following the Gary McKinnon extradition case, the Home Secretary at the time, Theresa May, said she would legislate to introduce a “forum bar” to allow Defendants…
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January 10, 2018 in news

What is so important about Disclosure in Criminal Proceedings

Liam Allan was charged with 12 counts of rape and sexual assault, but his trial collapsed on day 3, the 15 December 2017, after police were ordered to hand over…
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December 4, 2017 in news

How the Supreme Court defined indirect discrimination in the case of “Essop.”

John Cato of Cato Solicitors explains how the Supreme Court defined indirect discrimination in the case of “Essop.” Everyone has a pretty good understanding of direct discrimination. Say an employer…
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