Case Reports

1666-1680 of 1983 Articles
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A ban on wearing headscarves in companies may be admissible if it is based on a general company rule which prohibits political, philosophical and religious symbols from being worn visibly in the workplace to ensure religious and ideological neutrality, in the opinion of an advocate general of the Co

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A Ugandan woman who came to the UK to join her husband after he was granted refugee status has successfully challenged a decision by the Home Secretary to refuse her application for “indefinite leave to remain” as a victim of domestic abuse. The woman, who lives in Glasgow, applied for ILR after

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A Russian journalist and an editor convicted of “insult” for publishing a news story complaining about an allegedly corrupt mayor had their article 10 right to freedom of expression violated, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The case concerned the criminal conviction, for insult, of

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Over a million British expats have been denied the right to vote in the EU referendum following a ruling of the Supreme Court that people who have lived outside of the UK for more than 15 years cannot vote on June 23. Around 1-2 million expats would have been allowed to cast their vote to determine

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A Scots lawyer convicted of making and sharing indecent images of children has been struck off the solicitors’ roll after being found guilty of “professional misconduct”. Retired solicitor John Urquhart, 68, was found to have dozens of child sex abuse images on his personal computer.

1666-1680 of 1983 Articles