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A Shift In UK Politics
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Brexit: Exchanging Currency
Brexit could have a substantial impact on currency rates and in turn affect businesses and consumers. It seems fairly certain that Brexit...
Contracts: Agreements Not in Writing
A common misconception surrounding the law of contract is that there needs to be a written agreement or signature in order for there to...
The Costs of Judicial Review
Judicial Review (JR) is rarely far from centre stage in the legal news. It is a mechanism to hold governmental bodies accountable for...
The Story of Kweku Adoboli
Last week, former UBS trader Kweku Adoboli was temporarily spared being detained and deported from the UK after being denied permission...
Murderers & The Right to be Forgotten
Advances in technology over the last few decades have enabled users to share information more freely. As a result of a few clicks, users...
The Death Penalty for Peaceful Protest?
The topic of human rights can pose complicated questions. Recently, it has produced increasingly complex answers. Whilst human rights are...
Grenfell: The Story of a Human Rights Failure
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...
G4S and the Failings of HMP Birmingham
The prison system has come under intense fire recently. Questions have arisen as to whether it is effective in reforming inmates. Newell...
Brexit: Yet Another Twist?
Brexit, a topic that has generated much controversy and disagreement since the EU referendum was first announced, has seen another recent...
Social Media Tax: African Leaders and the Disdain for Dissent
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)...
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