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John Eekelaar on the response to Abu Qatada's deportation

John Eekelaar on the response to Abu Qatada's deportation

It is depressing that some politicians are using the Abu Qatada case to denigrate our system for protecting human ...
Vinter v UK and Whether Life Should Mean Life

Vinter v UK and Whether Life Should Mean Life

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has ruled, in the case of Vinter and Others v United ...
The Crimes of Gambia's Criminal Justice System

The Crimes of Gambia's Criminal Justice System

Last Autumn, the world witnessed a fleeting frenzy when The Gambia’s eccentric President Jammeh resumed executions ...
Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal ruled on refugee law gateway issue

Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal ruled on refugee law gateway issue

On 25 March 2013, the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) in Hong Kong unanimously allowed an appeal by three asylum ...
A Special Relationship? Preserving the Human Rights of Terrorist Suspects in Extradition Cases

A Special Relationship? Preserving the Human Rights of Terrorist Suspects in Extradition Cases

The recent case of Babar Ahmad and Others v United Kingdom represents the final stage in the European appeal ...

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