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An Initial Reaction to the Commission on a Bill of Rights Final Report

Guest Contributor 23rd December 2012

David Feldman, Rouse Ball Professor of English Law at the University of Cambridge and former Legal Adviser to the Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Human Rights pens his preliminary thoughts on the final report released by the Commission on a Bill of Rights.  Having skimmed superficially over the report of the Commission, I am encouraged […]

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Redfearn v United Kingdom and an Integrated Approach to Labour Rights

Anjoli Maheswaran Foster 23rd December 2012

Following on from Alan Bogg’s analysis of Redfearn v United Kingdom, this post by Anjoli Maheswaran Foster focuses on a different aspect of the case- the ‘integrated approach’ to social labour rights that has been adopted by the European Court of Human Rights.  In recent years, the Strasbourg Court has made use of an ‘integrated approach’ […]

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