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January 11, 2019

Dear Reader,   

We are delighted to announce that we are finalists for the UK Blog Awards 2019. Newell Legal is one of four blogs competing in the “World View” category. To view the list of finalists in each category, please click here

We would like to extend...

December 24, 2018

Dear Reader, 

This year has been eventful. There have been numerous crucial developments in the world that we at Newell Legal have reported on. Such examples include: the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, the UK ‘Gay Cake’ case and the Supreme Court decision of Owens...

December 20, 2018

In the last year there has been serious unrest in Togo. At the heart of this unrest is the citizens’ clamouring for better representation at the legislative level and a demand for electoral reforms. There is also a demand for the reinstatement of the constitution adopt...

December 6, 2018

Rising from the ashes of wars and political instability since the 1960s, Togo is beginning to make strides. With an improving economy, there is renewed hope that the country will make its way to the very top in West Africa and set the pace for growth and development fo...

November 9, 2018

Paul Biya (picture below with Emmanuel Macron, the President of France) was recently announced as the winner of the concluded Cameroonian elections. However, this was not without controversy, as it was established that there were limitations on voting for people f...

October 8, 2018

The Ambazonians, an adopted name for the people of Southern Cameroon, have been agitating to be separated from their francophone-speaking counterparts. Cameroon was initially colonised by the Germans who then lost control of the country to the French and the British af...

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...

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 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...

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