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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 8 Feb 2020

The sentencing of GP Manish Shah

In the famous Court Number 1 at the Old Bailey yesterday, former Romford doctor, Manish Shah, was sentenced to three life sentences for sexually

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 7 Feb 2020

The continuing decline of healthcare in prisons

Deaths in English and Welsh prisons reached their highest on record in 2016, and those numbers have shown no sign of significantly reducing since. Two

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 31 Jan 2020

Smart Motorways - Do they make motorways safer?

There has been a lot of recent national media attention over ‘Smart Motorways’ following the BBC’s panorama programme on Monday night called

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 31 Jan 2020

UK-based shipping company facing legal claim following death caused by shipbreaking

MD Khalil Mollah, 32, was killed after falling from a great height while working on the Ekta vessel, previously named the Maran Centaurus, on or

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 30 Jan 2020

Campaigners welcome decision by Government on EWR line

Campaigners, who had opposed planning for a new section of the East West Rail (EWR) line, have said they are relieved after the announcement today by

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 29 Jan 2020

Government loses Universal Credit appeals against claimants with severe disabilities

The Court of Appeal has today dismissed the government's appeals against two previous court judgments which found that the Secretary of State for Work

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 24 Jan 2020

Sikh Federation UK issue appeal in ethnic tick box case

The Sikh Federation UK has issued their case in the Court of Appeal following the High Court's dismissal of their legal challenge in December last

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Leigh Day | Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom | 23 Jan 2020

High Court grants permission for human rights activist to bring legal case against Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The High Court has granted permission for a prominent critic of the Saudi regime to serve his legal claim against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for its

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 22 Jan 2020

Asda workers overcome latest hurdle in battle for equal pay

Asda retail workers fighting for equal pay have overcome another hurdle in the legal process following a judgment handed down by the Employment

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Leigh Day | United Kingdom | 22 Jan 2020

Compensation secured for Grisel’s syndrome child after late diagnosis and invasive spinal surgery

A girl, known as Emily to protect her identity, has received a five-figure settlement following late diagnosis of Grisel's syndrome, a dislocation of

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