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It’s a bleak Raabian vision of an apocalyptic post-ECHR world in which gangsters are able to murder one another, scattering their rivals’ bodies around Britain’s cities while the police ignore them because they have better things to do. And apparently, the UK Justice Secretary is all in favour of it.It’s an enigma wrapped in a mystery: how could the London Metropolitan Police possibly have decided the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson attended a party on 13 November 2020 that was illegal under Covid regulations yet do so wholly lawfully? The regulations, after all, are clear: 8.—(1) No person may participate in a gathering which— (a) consists of two or more people, and (b) takes place indoors (including indoors within a private dwelling). The thing about inviting Marxists (or “post-Marxists”?) into the heart of the UK Government, if you are a right-wing prime minister like Boris Johnson, is that they sometimes come with ideas you don’t understand with implications you can’t fathom – and hence policies you are unlikely to want to implement. This is very much the case with the No 10 report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities (CRED). Its emphasis was on the largely socio-economic basis of such disparities, ditching decades of liberal-left post-structuralist identity politics and notions of institutional racism for a more orthodox materialist historicism. Boris must have been quite baffled (though how would we tell?).How awkward! For Lisa Nandy, for Labour MPs in general only just getting used to donning the Union Jack waistcoat, and for all liberal constitutionalists who are believers in the rule of law and defenders of judges from allegations of “treachery” and “activism”. The long-awaited report by the UK Law Commission, which was supposed to deal with the iniquities of Britain’s leasehold property system, is out. Badly put-upon leaseholders, particularly in a post-Grenfell Tower environment, were placing much hope in the commission recommending a system that removes freeholders and lets leaseholders administer their own blocks – commonhold. Everyone agrees: the coronavirus lockdown is putting particular pressure on vulnerable children. They are more at risk of violence and abuse when confined to their own homes and less able to seek help. Only 5% of them are believed to be at school, where they have a right to go despite the lockdown.If ever there was a petty-minded, oppressive and irrational notion it was former British prime minister David Cameron’s “right to rent” crackdown on illegal immigration, now ruled incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights by the High Court. The 2014 legislation turned everyone letting residential property into an arm of the UK Border Agency – or an unprofessional and arbitrary backstop when the immigration authorities had failed. It even sought to give landlords supra-legal powers of eviction, to throw tenants out without a court process if the tenants could not prove their immigration status was in order (see this Al’s Law piece). Could Britain’s Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn inadvertently stumble into achieving what he has so far balked at even attempting: bringing down the Theresa May government? He has tabled a “symbolic” motion of no confidence in her personally while shying away from a motion under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 that could actually produce a general election.

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Law Firms Near Me - Solicitors In Harrow

A L Law are a boutique firm, and a reputable firm of solicitors in Harrow providing expert legal advice nationally and internationally. We offer a bespoke service to our clients in a warm and friendly manner which is pragmatic and affordable to meet the needs of our clients.

Law - AL - Cardiff and Vale College

There is one written exam (1hr 30mins) in January or June, which consists of two compulsory application questions where students use their knowledge of the sources of law to solve fictional scenarios.