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August 20, 2018

Brexit, a topic that has generated much controversy and disagreement since the EU referendum was first announced, has seen another recent twist in the tale. British expatriates (‘expats’), within a group called the “UK in EU Challenge group", have launched a fresh lega...

August 19, 2018

In July this year, the Ugandan government implemented its social media tax. It was initially proposed that there should be a $0.5 (£0.39) tax on all social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat etc., and a $1 (£0.78) on Mobile transfers. There was outra...

August 11, 2018

There is nothing worse than trying to convince someone to vote for a particular candidate. Despite facts and figures, they have their mind set on a particular candidate. It is not always for the reasons, which one might think (such as superior proposals). Rather, it co...

August 7, 2018

Recent developments indicate a massive change to organ donation under the NHS system is set to happen, subject to Parliament approving what is known as “Max’s Law”. This is based on the experiences of Max Johnson, who successfully underwent a heart transplant. His stor...

August 6, 2018

WE WANT PROSPERITY. WE WANT DEMOCRACY. WE WANT PEOPLE TO BE EQUAL.

These were the chants of most Ethiopians in Canada and the USA, where they had gathered in their thousands to celebrate the end of authoritarian style leadership and a war with its neighbour, Eritrea.

T...

August 4, 2018

Under the current Conservative Government, the English legal system has experienced crippling cuts to legal aid. Legal aid essentially acts as a safeguard to providing a fair process and individual liberty within the criminal justice system. This has been a subject of...

September 11, 2017

The recent elections in Angola probably felt like the biggest relief to a lot of Angolans. The 38-year rule of the powerful Jose Eduardo Dos Santos seemed to have come to an end. This however did not mean that it was the end of the influence of the Dos Santos family in...

August 17, 2017

The commonly held belief that the number 13 is an unlucky one doesn't seem to apply to Aderonke Apata, who, after 13 years of battling against the Home Office, has had her right to remain in the UK granted. This decision comes after a troublesome few months for the Hom...

August 3, 2017

If you’re a viewer of such TV programmes as Police Interceptors and the like, you’ll have seen the variety of crimes that are committed across the country, with none more “modern” and cowardly as acts of theft and violence committed with the aide of mopeds (typically s...

August 2, 2017

Assisted Dying (also referred to as Euthanasia in this article) has been a topic of discussion that has been raging for decades now, and this post attempts to incapsulate all of the main points from a legal standpoint. It is an extremely contentious...

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