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A legal battle challenging Government legislation on data surveillance took another twist last week as the Court of Appeal referred the case back to the ECJ with questions of its own.
Judgment makes clear the duties of the Home Office...
A Traveller can be both within a protected race, such as an Irish or Scottish Traveller, or a New Traveller, and other aspects of law.
No5 barrister S Chelvan has joined over 300 experts calling on the UK to do more for refugees.
More power to those with learning disabilities or autism, and their families.
You like logic puzzles? You’ll love this...
Traveller status has been redefined...
When discussing consent, the donor should be made aware if the intended DNA analysis might reveal significant results...
The format of any investigation could be of great importance.
Ensure jurisdictional issues are rehearsed before trial, and material issues are focused upon...
No5 barrister S Chelvan joined BBC Radio 4’s Jenni Murray last week to discuss Jamaica’s first Gay Pride festival.
Claimant probably suffered feelings of ‘confusion […] frustration and/ or helplessness and injustice’ – particularly after getting no compensation.
Why most cases against journalists prosecuted under Operation Elveden failed.
Early this year Gilbart J in the Planning Court found that the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government had discriminated against two Romani Gypsy women.
Supreme Court rules that children are in no better position to win asylum than anyone else.
Ramby de Mello, James Dixon and James Fraczyk represented two claimants in a High Court judicial review.
There is always an employment law dimension in Queen’s Speeches, and this one is no different, says Mugni Islam-Choudhury.
Philip Dayle of No5 Chambers was on the winning side in the Supreme Court case R v The Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Retired teacher Marcus Marcussen has been found guilty of 25 counts of indecent assault on boys.
No5 Chambers barrister Timothy Jones has successfully represented a gypsy in fight to live on her own land.