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September 24, 2018

On Friday 21st September the Prime Minister, Theresa May, gave a short statement as an update on the negotiations between the UK and the European Union (EU) regarding Brexit. The statement itself has caused frustration amongst the general public, regardless of whether...

September 19, 2018

There are constant developments arising from Brussels as the European Parliament vote on matters which often have a direct impact on its citizens. The European Parliament recently voted (Wednesday 12th September) to pursue disciplinary action against the country of Hun...

September 18, 2018

There has recently been much debate over a prospective Copyright Directive (the Directive) within the jurisdiction of the European Union (EU). The full name of the Directive is: Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market 2016/0280. The most recent draft, inclu...

September 17, 2018

Theresa May recently visited Africa, commencing her tour with visits to South Africa and Nigeria, before turning her attention towards Kenya. This was an attempt to bolster relations with members of the Commonwealth. The UK intends to be the largest G7 investor in Afri...

September 15, 2018

In August, Newell Legal reported on the developments in UK divorce law that arose from a Supreme Court judgment. In that case, the Supreme Court ruled that the Claimant wife, Mrs Tini Owens, could not divorce her husband. She argued that she wanted to escape her lovele...

September 12, 2018

Brexit could have a substantial impact on currency rates and in turn affect businesses and consumers.

It seems fairly certain that Brexit will inevitably have many effects on the financial sector. Markets have already fluctuated each time the subject has arisen.

One may...

September 5, 2018

Last week, former UBS trader Kweku Adoboli was temporarily spared being detained and deported from the UK after being denied permission for a judicial review for his case. 

Adoboli, born in Ghana, swiftly lost his banking career after being handed a seven-year sentence...

September 1, 2018

The topic of human rights can pose complicated questions. Recently, it has produced increasingly complex answers. Whilst human rights are universal in the sense that everyone has their own fundamental rights, their implementation and challenges at domestic level differ...

August 26, 2018

The Grenfell Tower fire started in the early hours of 14th June 2017. The tragedy caused 72 deaths, with a further two people dying at a later stage in hospital from their injuries. The incident has been scrutinised since its occurrence and has been the subject of fier...

August 21, 2018

The prison system has come under intense fire recently. Questions have arisen as to whether it is effective in reforming inmates. Newell Legal has previously published an article about the pilot scheme that the criminal legal system is testing in an attempt to alleviat...

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