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Why words matters, Boris

United Kingdom - June 24 2019 As Boris Johnson's actions rightfully come under increasing public scrutiny, human rights solicitor Sean Humber discusses the importance of critically...

Data breach lawyer confirms thousands more TalkTalk customers could have claims for compensation

United Kingdom - May 22 2019 Thousands of TalkTalk customers are likely to have claims for compensation against TalkTalk after a BBC investigation found that their personal...

Successful legal challenge to Government's voting provisions

United Kingdom - May 3 2019 The High Court has today handed down a damning judgment on the Government’s current arrangements for blind and partially sighted voters, declaring...

Parenting support club Bounty could face compensation claims following data breach fine

United Kingdom - April 13 2019 Bounty (UK) Ltd, a pregnancy and parenting support club, has been fined £400,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office for illegally sharing...

European Court of Human Rights finds Government breached prisoners’ human rights by refusing to allow them to vote

United Kingdom, European Union - April 11 2019 The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled again today that the blanket ban preventing serving prisoners from voting represents a violation...