Ban on full-face veil in public 'proportionate' limitation on freedom of religio

Domestic law-makers have wide discretion in matter of general policy but case shouldn’t be seen as setting wider precedent, judge

12 Jul 2017

Human rights and public law in the courts

Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC considers some of the judgments of constitutional and public importance that have been handed down this yea

05 Jul 2017

Grenfell: Suitable, safe, secure?

The Grenfell Tower fire demonstrates that social housing is in crisis. In the aftermath of the disaster, Jayesh Kunwardia considers the challenges facing the survivors and the lawyers representin

04 Jul 2017

Grenfell survivors ‘pivotal’ in deciding representation

Victims must be ‘equally involved’ in appointing advocate fo

30 Jun 2017

Sir Martin Moore-Bick to lead Grenfell inquiry

Retired judge ‘doubtful’ inquiry will be as wide-ranging as resident

30 Jun 2017

Free abortions for NI women in England

Funding to be made available through the Government Equalitie

29 Jun 2017

More than just a question of choice

With the applicants in the Northern Ireland abortion case set for an appeal to Strasbourg, Scotland looking at offering NI women NHS termination, and the DUP about to support a Conservativ

27 Jun 2017

Lawyers back inquiry over inquest into Grenfell fire

Interests of the victims must not be sidelined, says human right

20 Jun 2017

Supreme Court stays Charlie Gard ruling further ‘with considerable hesitation’

Justices frustrated at course of action they regard as not in Charlie’s bes

20 Jun 2017