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Year: 2019

Brexit round up – Week commencing 21 January 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution David Pannick QC has written in The Times, discussing Brexit and art 50, and arguing that the Government should be asking the EU for more time. For the Constitution Unit, Alan Renwick has discussed whether a citizens’ assembly […]

Brexit round up – Week commencing 14 January 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The Prime Minister raised the spectre of Scottish independence and a united Ireland for the first time in an attempt to persuade Tory Brexiteers and DUP rebels to back the Government’s withdrawal agreement. Former head of the UK […]

Brexit round up – Week commencing 7 January 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution The House of Lords Library has published a briefing paper on the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, s 13(1)(c), which sets out specific requirements that must be met before the UK could ratify the withdrawal agreement, including approval […]

The Right To Be Forgotten back in the CJEU: Advocate General Opinions on sensitive personal data and the geographical scope of de-referencing – Ian Helme

This blog post was originally featured on Inforrm, the International Forum for Responsible Media blog. “Reconciling the right to privacy and the protection of personal data with the right to information and freedom of expression in the age of the Internet is one of the main challenges of our time.” With these words, Advocate General Szpunar opened […]

Book Review: “Remedies for Breach of Privacy” edited by Jason N E Varuhas and N A Moreham – Emma Foubister

This post was originally featured on Inforrm, the International Forum for Responsible Media blog.  This book is a collection of essays from leading academics, practitioners and judges on questions raised by the emergent law of remedies for breach of privacy. It arose out of the International Workshop on Remedies for Breach of Privacy, held at Melbourne Law […]