The Immigration and Social Security Coordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill, introduced by Parliament in March 2020, brings with it an array … Read moreThe New Immigration Bill – A Seed of Adversity
In 1508, an trial occurred in Autun, and by all accounts it was a normal one. There was one key difference – the case was against rats … Read moreThe Rats of Autun and the Power of Precedent
Loving v. Virginia is said to be one of the most impactful events within the civil rights movement … Read moreLoving v. Virginia | A peron’s right to LOVE
The amendments in the anti-terror law have given the union an arbitrary power to curb freedom and infringe the rights of citizens … Read moreUAPA – THE STATE’S MACHINE TO CRIMINALISE DISSENT
This Pride month comes a groundbreaking rule by the Supreme Court of the US outlining the breach of civil rights … Read moreHow has the Supreme Court stood by Transgender Rights?
Domestic violence affects over 2 million people in the UK every year, in 2017, Russia decriminalised it … Read moreDomestic Violence – What Happens Behind Closed Doors?
Cannibalism, murder and death upon the high seas. One of common law’s greatest cases, which established a precedent that necessity may not be considered a defence to an act of murder … Read moreEating Humans – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Capital punishments are government sanctioned punishments in which the person is put to death … Read moreCapital Punishment – Death in the Name of Justice
The aim of the Law is to protect and present a set of regulations that fairly prosecute those who break them … Read moreMale vs. Female Rape Laws – Are sexual predators prosecuted equally?
On May 29th the Menneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was charged with third degree murder and manslaughter … Read moreThe Police are Immune to the Law – It is Time for Change.
Sarah Reed. Sheku Bayoh. Mark Duggan. Joy Gardner. Cherry Groce. David Oluwale. Each person who had their lives cut short … Read moreThe Prevalence of Police Brutality in Black Communities, and the Misconception of the UK’s Innocence
The Battle against Police brutality and the movement to eradicate prejudice from the ranks of law enforcement officers … Read moreDeath to Police Brutality: ‘The Tyranny Must End.’