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Election law: Who targets you?

In the age of social media a new regulatory framework to protect democracy is required, argues Susi

23 May 2017

Tories ‘consider’ ban on personal injury cold calling

Stamp out of nuisance calls welcomed but plan to scrap SFO described as ‘

18 May 2017

Broadcasting, balance, and blacklists

Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC and Angela Patrick dissect the intricacies of how media outlets must report on the upcoming general election and avoid falling foul o

17 May 2017

Labour commits to restoring access to justice

Manifesto hints at bringing back legal aid and redesigning judicia

16 May 2017

Local authorities: The duty to reconsider re-visited

When is a change of circumstance material to a local authority’s duty to reconsider an earlier decision, asks Simon Bir

16 May 2017

Not in accordance with the local plan

Alec Samuels considers the relevant material considerations justifying a departure from the loca

12 May 2017

Community Land Trusts

Alec Samuels discusses the creation of community-led, community-controlled affordabl

12 May 2017

Investigating election expenses

MPs caught up in the Tory election expenses scandal can still stand in the 8 June election but may have to stand down if later convicted, says Martin Westgat

09 May 2017

The consequences of Brexit for British football

The outcome of negotiations with the EU could have a significant effect on the ability of UK clubs to recruit talented players, says Dr Gregor

03 May 2017