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Protest and proportionality in the Supreme Court: The Safe Access Zones Bill Reference [2022] UKSC 32

14 December 2022 by Anurag Deb Introduction Abortion in Northern Ireland has had a fraught and frequently distressing history. Until 2019 when the UK Parliament reformed the law, the jurisdiction had the most restrictive approach to abortion in the UK....

Woman with Down’s syndrome loses abortion law appeal

Ms Crowter, who has the condition, argued that the rules were discriminatory to people with Down's. She said the legislation "doesn't respect my life" and brought a case against the government at the High Court in July 2021...

Islamic Marriage and the Legal System: Mahr/Dowr

Breakdown of marriage and legality of Mahr/DowerIssues before the English CourtsWhere dower becomes problematic and somewhat contentious following a marital breakdown, the wife may want to be paid any unpaid...

Parents of dying baby “should have had adjournment” after lawyers withdrew

Baker: Strong arguments in favour of granting adjournmentA High Court judge was wrong to refuse an adjournment sought by parents of a brain-damaged baby who lost their legal representation shortly before a hearing on withdrawing treatment, the Court...

Woman kept in police custody for 36 hours after stillborn birth due to suspicions she had ‘illegal abortion’

Get the free Morning Headlines email for news from our reporters across the worldSign up to our free Morning Headlines emailA woman was kept in police custody for 36 hours after having a stillbirth because of suspicions she...

The Bill of Rights and the Precarity of Abortion Rights – UK Constitutional Law Association

In the aftermath of the US Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization attention has turned to whether abortion is adequately protected in the UK from the winds of political change. Given that in England, Scotland, and Wales...

Brenda Hale: ‘There’s absolutely no need to scrap the Human Rights Act’ | Brenda Hale

Brenda Hale is a British judge who served as president of the supreme court of the United Kingdom from 2017 until her retirement in 2020. Lady Hale studied law at Cambridge, was called to the bar and then...

Rise in women in UK investigated by police over illegal abortions

Get the free Morning Headlines email for news from our reporters across the worldSign up to our free Morning Headlines emailIncreasing numbers of Britons are being investigated by police over suspected illegal abortions, new figures show. The latest...

‘Huge victory for reproductive rights’: MPs vote for nationwide ‘buffer zones’ outside abortion clinics

Get the free Morning Headlines email for news from our reporters across the worldSign up to our free Morning Headlines emailMPs have voted in favour of nationwide “buffer zones” outside abortion clinics in England and Wales in a...

Hawkes v Cuddy and Others – Times Law Reports – Current Awareness

Judge’s order inappropriate Hawkes v Cuddy and Others Court of Appeal “It was inappropriate to make a declaratory judgment on an interlocutory application based on an allegation of contravention of the Companies Act 1985 when that would serve no useful purpose.” The...
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