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A review commissioned by the General Medical Council has recommended that organisations referring concerns about a doctor’s fitness to practise to the GMC should declare whether the doctor has raised concerns about patient safety. The report by Sir Anthony Hooper says that there is evidence that those who raise concerns may suffer, or believe they will […]
The appellant was born in Vietnam in 1989 and came to the UK, acquiring British citizenship at the age of 12. When he was 21 he converted to Islam and allegedly became an Islamic extremist. The Supreme Court unanimously dismissed an appeal regarding the respondent’s order to deprive the appellant of British Nationality on the […]
Matrix is delighted to announce the launch of a powerful exhibition from the “Carbon Journey” photographic series by acclaimed British photographer Matthew Webb. Webb is renowned for his subtle, thoughtful studies on modernisation and the environment. The exhibition now installed at Matrix presents images of low carbon livelihoods from across Russia and other former Soviet […]
UN tribunal rules that Britain acted illegally in the way it exercised control over the Chagos Islands
A UN tribunal has ruled that Britain acted illegally in the way that it has exercised territorial control over the Chagos Islands. The ruling has raised questions over the UK’s claim to sovereignty and has offered hope of return to hundreds of evicted islanders. The ruling throws into doubt the UK assertion of absolute ownership, […]
Our election law team, including Anthony Hudson QC, Gavin Millar QC, Antony White QC and Helen Mountfield QC, are publishing weekly briefings on key election law issues in the run up to the UK General Election on 7 May 2015. The briefings will cover discussion from our experts on freedom of political expression, privacy, lobbying, […]