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Russia has finally withdrawn its opposition to reforms that will streamline the European Court of Human Rights, long after everyone else had given up hope.
Not quite everyone, though. Remember, you heard it first here.
In a “keynote address” to the Bar Conference yesterday, Sir Nicolas Bratza noted that delays are steadily increasing at the European Court of Human Rights. Bratza is now the third most senior of the Strasbourg judges and a vice-president.
The president of the Supreme Court defended the Human Rights Act tonight as “a vital part of the foundation of our fight against terrorism”.
A leading appeal judge has praised the European Court of Human Rights for forcing the United Kingdom to re-examine long-established practices under which individuals had been denied their rights.
Too many prisoners rejoin society with no education, stable housing or job prospects. No surprise that more than half reoffend within a year
Christmas can be a bleak time of year. While some feel isolated, others are overwhelmed by the need for a perfect family Yuletide when their reality is different
Britain is under attack from Russia. And the government is blocking a Parliamentary report that details it