Monthly Archives: September 2015

When you wish upon a British Bill of Rights

The proposal to abolish the Human Rights Act 1998 (‘HRA’) and replace it with a British Bill of Rights has been simmering on the back burner for some time now. It was proposed during Chris Grayling’s tenancy as Justice Secretary … Continue reading

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The protection of ancient rights and liberties… of some

On the 22nd of July, the Ministry of Justice announced that it would be consulting on introducing fees for those remaining tribunals which do not currently charge. Importantly, this includes the first tier and upper tier tax tribunals. The government … Continue reading

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