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The question is not why - the indirect discrimination tangle solved by the Supreme Court

United Kingdom - April 13 2017 In the anticipated Supreme Court ruling in the cases of the Essop and Naeem on the 5th of April 2017, Lady Hale (with whom the other Supreme Court

Bereaved parents settle medical negligence claim against St Peter’s Hospital following stillbirth

United Kingdom - April 19 2017 A woman known only as R has received compensation following the stillbirth of her baby daughter at St Peter’s hospital in Chertsey Surrey in July 2013

Woman gains funding for specialist mental health treatment following lengthy battle with local Clinical Commissioning Group

United Kingdom - March 22 2017 The Clinical Commissioning Group had refused to fund Ms AA’s treatment but finally withdrew its refusal days before a hearing was due to take place

Ten years after the 'Elephant Man' drug trial

United Kingdom - April 14 2016 In March 2006, six Young healthy men participated in a clinical trial for the drug TGN1412; within 16 hours all had been transferred to the intensive

Discrimination in accommodation; an affront to us all

United Kingdom - April 7 2017 “The following are not acceptable: No single mums or single fathers No battered wives.” “No coloured people because of the curry smell at the

Bereaved parents settle medical negligence claim against St Peter’s Hospital following stillbirth

United Kingdom - April 19 2017 A woman known only as R has received compensation following the stillbirth of her baby daughter at St Peter’s hospital in Chertsey Surrey in July 2013

The question is not why - the indirect discrimination tangle solved by the Supreme Court

United Kingdom - April 13 2017 In the anticipated Supreme Court ruling in the cases of the Essop and Naeem on the 5th of April 2017, Lady Hale (with whom the other Supreme Court

Discrimination in accommodation; an affront to us all

United Kingdom - April 7 2017 “The following are not acceptable: No single mums or single fathers No battered wives.” “No coloured people because of the curry smell at the

NHS Trust admits failures following death of vulnerable patient

United Kingdom - March 31 2017 An NHS Trust has apologised and agreed a settlement with the family of a 44-year-old woman who died whilst at the Queen’s Hospital in Burton-on-Trent

Shell accused of concealing data on the damage to health from Nigerian oil spills

United Kingdom - March 24 2017 Mr Kay Holtzmann, who was previously employed by Shell to conduct the clean-up of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta, wrote the letter to the