Written by James Cunningham, Graduate Diploma in Law Student at Nottingham Law School (2017-18)
The legal system of England and Wales is in crisis. This is not news to anyone who has taken so much as cursory interest in it in the past few years.
This article was first written in 2017 and details Christian Weaver’s experience as the UK Youth Delegate to the Council of Europe 2017.
Asylum law in the United Kingdom poses a double edged sword which can either protect or return the individual back to potential harm.
The European Court of Justice recently ruled that employers may ban employees from the wearing of any visible “political, philosophical or religious sign” as long as it is part of an internal company policy which applies to all employees.
Dr Helen O’Nions, Nottingham Law School
The International right to seek and enjoy asylum found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is now under considerable threat.
Whilst politicians may reassure us that measures such as Control Orders and TPims were introduced to protect the innocent from the atrocities witnessed in New York, London and Madrid, the erosion of the Rule of Law and concepts which are supposed cor