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Clinical trials lawyer condemns controversial vaccine testing

Saint Kitts - September 12 2017 The government of St Kitts has announced that it is investigating a clinical trial which took place on the island, involving human participants, to

Barriers at work for young Muslims - when will change come?

United Kingdom - September 13 2017 The Social Mobility Commission’s report on young Muslims is welcomed as it reiterates the importance of improving the social mobility of Muslims in

Western Sahara Trade Dispute to be heard in the Court of Justice of the European Union

United Kingdom - September 5 2017 WSCUK is an independent voluntary organisation founded in 1984 with the aim of supporting the recognition of the right of the Saharawi people of

Medical lawyer welcomes new guidance on Group B Strep but joins calls for testing for all pregnant women

United Kingdom - September 13 2017 Whilst welcoming the new guidance Emmalene has joined calls from charities for all pregnant women to be offered the test as they are in other

Environmental campaigner challenges “draconian” fracking injunction at the High Court

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 An environmental campaigner is going to the High Court to challenge an injunction which he claims stops peaceful protests at fracking sites across the

Report confirms that lessons have not been learned in maternity care, says medical negligence lawyer

United Kingdom - September 20 2017 The report, entitled five years of cerebral palsy claims and published by NHS Resolution, the body that handles NHS compensation claims, shows that

Abuse lawyer condemns government's revised guidelines on compensation for survivors of child sexual abuse

United Kingdom - September 18 2017 The CICA launched a review of its guidelines on compensating victims of violent and sexual crime earlier this year after concerns were raised about

NGOs win legal battle over access to environmental justice

United Kingdom - September 15 2017 Three environmental NGOs have won their High Court legal battle against plans by the Government which they claim made it more difficult for

We all need to 'think sepsis'

United Kingdom - September 14 2017 In 2015 the NHS launched the first national action plan to tackle sepsis focusing on hospitals and GP surgeries. Two years later Health Secretary

Barriers at work for young Muslims - when will change come?

United Kingdom - September 13 2017 The Social Mobility Commission’s report on young Muslims is welcomed as it reiterates the importance of improving the social mobility of Muslims in