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Published Tuesday March 30 2021
Grenfell Tower bereaved families, survivors and residents shine a light on ‘Landmark act of discrimination’
On 29 March 2021 the Grenfell Inquiry heard from counsel for the victims of the fire, including those instructed by Bhatt Murphy, outlining how residents’ concerns were brushed aside by the Council and the Tenants Management Organisation, and how disabled and vulnerable residents were neglected.
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Published Tuesday March 30 2021
Inquiry grants anonymity to officers involved in Jermaine Baker shooting
Anonymity has been granted to key Metropolitan Police officers deployed in the covert operation which led to Jermaine Baker’s death on 11 December 2015, including the officer who fired the fatal shot, known by the cipher ‘W80’. Anonymity was refused for FE16, who had subsequently retired from...
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Published Friday February 19 2021
Council unlawfully breached vulnerable man’s right to life
A judge at Central London County Court has ruled that the London Borough of Bromley adult social care team were negligent and breached their obligations to protect life under the Human Rights Act in failing to take steps to protect Michael Thompson after he had become mentally unwell. He later...
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Published Wednesday February 17 2021
Thames Valley Police compensate mother of abducted children
Shortly before a High Court trial in the matter was due to begin, Thames Valley Police have made a substantial settlement in costs and damages to the mother of two children abducted by their father in April 1998, when they were just 2 and 3 years old.
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Published Friday February 12 2021
Solicitor vacancy in our IDMR team
We are seeking a solicitor with 3 or more years PQE to join our immigration detention and migrants’ rights team.
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Oil companies cave in on injunction Read More
 
The High Court has granted a life long worldwide injunction preserving the anonymity of two girl prisoners who committed murder as children. Read More
 
High Court hearing in torture case Read More
 
Raju Bhatt appointed as Assessor on Public Inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh Read More
 
Advanced Police Law Course Read More
 
Rough sleeping migrants targeted with enforcement action Read More
 
Undercover Policing Inquiry Opening Statement Read More
 
Introduction to Actions Against the Police Read More
 
Court of Appeal judgment on shooting of Jermaine Baker Read More
 
Fist bump’ stop and search brothers to sue Met Read More
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia deceased Read More
 
UK Government seeks to prevent scrutiny of British intelligence agencies’ unlawful conduct in case relating to Rangzieb Ahmed Read More
 
Combatting Modern Slavery Read More
 
Administrative Court orders release of vulnerable detainee Read More
 
State Inquiry into Racist Attempted Murder at HMP Bristol Read More
 
False charge over killing of PC Harper Read More
 
Police apologise over ‘Fuck Boris’ T-shirt Read More
 
Challenge to police for ‘Fuck Boris’ T-shirt Read More
 
Maternity Action and DZT are refused permission in JR challenging health inequalities caused by NHS Charging Scheme Read More
 
Jordan Walker-Brown: Tasered, hospitalised but determined to seek justice! Read More
 
Government Responds to The Anthony Grainger Inquiry Read More
 
Times Lawyer of the Week: Chanel Dolcy Read More
 
High Court orders the CPS to reconsider a decision not to bring charges over the alleged rape of a vulnerable teenager. Read More
 
In memory of Mona Mahmoud Read More
 
Coronavirus - steps we are taking Read More
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia deceased Read More
 
Human Rights Lawyers Association Read More