Tag Archives: Supreme Court

People shouldn’t be written off for life because of past mistakes


Requirements for life-long disclosure of minor cautions are disproportionate.

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America: Clinton takes on the court

Hilary Clinton has made one of her most political interventions in months.

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Supreme Court rules UK government is breaching pollution laws

The UK will need to improve its plans for tackling air pollution after the Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the government has breached laws that protect people from the harmful effects of air pollution.

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Comment: Constitution deadlock may derail meaningful American gun reform

Caroline Mortimer looks at the constitutional complexities that hinder the moral arguments for gun control in the wake of a series of tragedies.

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Supreme Court ‘Obamacare’ judgement: Where does it leave America now?

Marcus Roberts analyses the political implications of today’s Supreme Court judgement on Obamacare for the President, his challenger and the country.

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UKIP faces financial ruin in illegal donations case

UKIP’s dispute with the Electoral Commission over its refusal to forfeit more than £350,000 of impermissable donations has this week escalated to the Supreme Court.

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